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Summary

Many Christians reflect upon the purpose and consequences of Jesus’ resurrection only at Easter. This is distressing because the resurrection, as the event upon which Christianity stands or falls, should occupy first place in our thinking and living.

This fall, Ligonier Ministries will explore the resurrection at our West Coast conference in Seattle, Wash. Alistair Begg and Michael Horton will join me on September 25–26, 2009, in examining the significance of the resurrection of Christ for worship, preaching, apologetics, and other issues. Following the conference, Mike Horton and I will speak on the doctrine of the church on a separate Pacific Northwest cruise, September 28–October 2.

A firm understanding of the resurrection is essential for confronting false teaching and looking forward to our life in the world to come. 

Many Christians reflect upon the purpose and consequences of Jesus’ resurrection only at Easter. This is distressing because the resurrection, as the event upon which Christianity stands or falls, should occupy first place in our thinking and living.

In Ligonier Ministries’ 2009 West Coast Conference held in Seattle, Wash., “Is There Life After Death?,” R.C. Sproul, Alistair Begg, and Michael Horton examine the significance of the resurrection of Christ for worship, preaching, apologetics, and other issues. A firm understanding of the resurrection is essential for confronting false teaching and looking forward to our life in the world to come. 


Messages in this Teaching Series
He Is Not Here: The Significance of the Empty Tomb
Exalted to the Right Hand of God: The Resurrection and the Ascension
Questions and Answers #1
Witnesses of the Resurrection: The Apostolic Message
Foolishness to the Greeks: Preaching the Resurrection Today
Questions and Answers #2
In the Likeness of His Resurrection: The Bodily Resurrection of the Believer
He Is Risen!: The Resurrection and Worship

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