Teaching Members of First Baptist Church in Monroe City, Missouri, an Apologetic for the Resurrection
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This project was an exercise in preaching, teaching, and writing on the resurrection of Jesus. It sought to teach the participants an apologetic for the resurrection as well as its eschatological and ethical implications. Chapter 1 presents the project’s context, rationale, purpose, goals, research methodology, definitions, and limitations/delimitations. Chapter 2 establishes the biblical and theological basis for the project through an exposition of 1 Corinthians 15. Both the truth and implications of the resurrection are addressed. Chapter 3 addresses related historical and practical issues. Specifically, two methods for defending the historicity of the resurrection are presented followed by the practical outworkings of the resurrection. Chapter 4 explains the details and process of the ministry project from start to finish. Chapter 5 evaluates the project’s success, giving its strengths and weaknesses followed by theological and personal reflections.