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Jesus and the Friends of the Paralytic Mark Jesus and the Centurion Q Luke 71 3 6b9. Jesus and the Syrophoenician Mother. Jesus and the Father of a Demonized. The Christ of the Miracle Stories. Index of Names and Subjects. Thomas the Apostle is not present at that meeting and later expresses doubt about the resurrection of Jesus.

As Thomas is expressing his doubts, in the well known Doubting Thomas episode in John —29 Jesus appears to him and invites him to put his finger into the holes made by the wounds in Jesus' hands and side. Thomas then professes his faith in Jesus. In Matthew —20 , in the Great Commission Jesus appears to his followers on a mountain in Galilee and calls on them to baptize all nations in the name of the "Father, Son, and Holy Spirit".

Luke —32 describes the Road to Emmaus appearance in which while a disciple named Cleopas was walking towards Emmaus with another disciple, they met Jesus, who later has supper with them. Mark —13 has a similar account that describes the appearance of Jesus to two disciples while they were walking in the country, at about the same time in the Gospel narrative.

The Ascension of Jesus anglicized from the Vulgate Latin Acts section title: Ascensio Iesu is the Christian teaching found in the New Testament that the resurrected Jesus was taken up to heaven in his resurrected body, in the presence of eleven of his apostles , occurring 40 days after the resurrection.

In the biblical narrative, an angel tells the watching disciples that Jesus' second coming will take place in the same manner as his ascension. The canonical gospels include two brief descriptions of the Ascension of Jesus in Luke —53 and Mark , in which it takes place on Easter Sunday. Acts —12 specifies the location of the Ascension as the " mount called Olivet " near Jerusalem. After giving a number of instructions to the apostles Acts describes the Ascension as follows:"And when he had said these things, as they were looking, he was taken up; and a cloud received him out of their sight.

In Acts —33 , Ephesians —10 and 1 Timothy where Jesus as taken up in glory the Ascension is spoken of as an accepted fact, while Hebrews describes Jesus as seated in heaven.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For scenes in Christian art from the life of Jesus on earth, see Life of Christ in art. This article's lead section does not adequately summarize key points of its contents. Please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of all important aspects of the article. Please discuss this issue on the article's talk page. December Early life. In rest of the NT. Road to Damascus John's vision. Main articles: Genealogy of Jesus and Nativity of Jesus.

Main article: Ministry of Jesus. See also: Chronology of Jesus. Main article: New Testament places associated with Jesus.

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Main articles: Baptism of Jesus and Temptation of Jesus. See also: First disciples of Jesus. Main article: Confession of Peter. Main article: Transfiguration of Jesus. See also: Triumphal entry into Jerusalem. See also: Holy Hour. See also: Ecce homo. Main articles: Crucifixion of Jesus and Entombment of Christ. See also: Sayings of Jesus on the cross.

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Main article: Resurrection of Jesus. See also: Empty tomb and Resurrection of Jesus in Christian art. Main article: Resurrection appearances of Jesus. See also: Overview of resurrection appearances in the Gospels and Paul table. Main article: Ascension of Jesus. See also: Ascension of Jesus in Christian art. Retrieved Walvoord, Roy B. Martin , Brian J. Anchor Bible. Garden City: Doubleday, , pp. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, , p.

Roberts Can We Trust the Gospels? The Nativity: History and Legend. Penguin Books Ltd. The historical figure of Jesus. Penguin, Eugene Boring, Fred B. Jesus of Nazareth.

Doubleday Religion, Gleave, Manchester, UK, , p. Gleave, Manchester, UK p. London p. Moloney, Daniel J. Eerdmans Publishing. Bromiley vol. K-P, p. Pontius Pilate in History and Interpretation. Cambridge University Press. Davina Lopez concludes the volume with a chapter on methodology and miracle discourse. Lopez provides concerns and suggestions for examining miracle discourse, pointing out that readers of miracle stories and socio-rhetorical analysis come to the texts with presuppositions, ideologies and commitments as to what accounts to use or leave out.

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Using the rain-miracle of Marcus Aurelius which saved the Romans against their northern foes, Lopez shows how various people groups claimed the miracle for themselves—Christians, Chaldeans, Egyptians and Romans each claimed that their god supplied the miracle. Lopez challenges readers to reflect on what is gained by these choices and in the interpretation of miracle stories. Miracle Discourse in the New Testament is a fascinating read for anyone interested in socio-rhetorical criticism of the New Testament and miracle.

The contributors to the volume are experts in the area of socio-rhetorical criticism and the essays are well thought through. The chapters vary in size and Robbins chapter is particularly lengthy 67 pages. However, the insights each of the authors provide perceptive socio-rhetorical analysis of miracle discourse and would be useful to students of the New Testament as well as seasoned experts. What is the main thesis of this article? Are you arguing that miracles are open to interpretation because the gospels failed to have extensive discourse?

Miracles are innumerable in the synoptic gospels. It would be difficult to understand the hermeneutical implications without it. Also, could you please explain the notion of early Christian miracle discourse and wisdom rhetorolect?

The Christ of the Miracle Stories: Portrait Through Encounter - Wendy Cotter

Thanks for your feedback. I agree with Dan, there is no specific thesis I am arguing.

As the book is an edited volume, there is not a specific thesis, but rather many theses which I have attempted to outline.

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