Sermons: Resurrection Principle

Sermons: Resurrection Principle

Is the resurrection of Jesus true?  The entire Christian faith rests on if is or not. In this short sermon clip, Greg Boyd goes through a few historical proofs as to why this is true.

It is important to remember Christ’s resurrection and the meaning, purpose and principle behind it. In the full sermon, Greg shows how the meaning of Jesus’ resurrection has changed over time and how we should be looking at it.

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