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Department
St. Michael's College Courses
Course
SMC307Y1
Professor
Daniel Donovan
Semester
Winter

Description
1 Corinthians Chapter 15 is about Denying the Resurrection. - Many of the people are saying that there is no resurrection of the dead. - Already have been saved - Realized eschatology. People in Corinth say that they are already risen or in the risen state. - In chapter 15 Paul never refers to such a view. The focus on this chapter is on everyone else and their own resurrection from the dead. - Second half is all about the body, the people say that their destiny will not involve the body. - 1 option is to say we believe in the immortality of the soul and not the body - The opposite option for immortality of the soul is there is no body. - One possibility is to say the soul lives on after death - Another is to say nothing lives on - For a long time in the bible the place after life was Shale, a terrible plain existence. - However in the last 200 years in the bible people started talking about the resurrection of the dead. - 1-11, Paul does not mention the resurrection of the dead, but sets up the argument bymentioning the resurrection of Jesus, and how this is proof of resurrection. It’s a tradition and very important for it determines if you will be saved or not saved, this is the heart of the gospel. - The Heart of the Gospel for Paul is: o That Christ died for our sins, that he was buried, that he was risen, and that he did this to save us according to scripture. - The Gospel is about the death and resurrection. - Line 2 proves
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