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The Significance of the Resurrection

People often speak of the “cross” synecdochally, that is, referring to the entire work of redemption accomplished by Christ. While this is perfectly acceptable, repeated use of this construction can under-emphasize the significance of the resurrection. In this episode, the resurrection is displayed within the context of redemptive-history and its bearing upon the benefits of salvation is demonstrated as the panelists discuss many of the works of Richard B. Gaffin, Jr.

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