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In the article “The Resurrection of Christ: Theological Implications” the argument is made that the bodily resurrection of Christ is one of the essential doctrines that the Christian faith must center around by Dr. Daniel Wallace. His case is built in both the Old Testament and New Testament. He examines sermons in Acts and the letters written by Paul to show the foundational necessity of the resurrection; he also show the hope the people in the Old Testament times had found in Daniel also, giving balance between the prophecy and those that had seen or experienced Christ . Wallace examines multiple different positions that hinge on the resurrection being real.
Wallace’s writing easy to read and to the point. The way he writes you do not need to be a scholar to understand it and thus makes it open to all people not just the educated. The way he used his scripture references was one of the strengths I found in reading this article. There is great importance in using scriptural fact to support and backing the opinion put forth. He draws out all the main points to the resurrection with concise detail putting it all plainly before the readers. The quote by George Eldon Ladd used by Wallace, “If Christ is not risen from the dead, the long course of God’s redemptive acts to save people ends in a dead-end street, in a tomb.” I found this the most thought provoking, for if Christ is not risen everything ended long before I ever heard the good news.
There are very few weaknesses to be found in this article, yet if pressed you can always find at least one. For me it was the lack of Old Testament scriptures used to lay the foundation for the resurrection. This had been fore told for hundreds of years and to show how they all came together in Christ Old and New Testaments would of tied it together even better in my opinion.

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