Christ's Resurrection

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(New Testament) the rising of Christ on the third day after the Crucifixion

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For as long as I can remember I have believed in Christ's resurrection and I suppose for over half of that time I have asked the question, 'how?
Selected branches of every supermarket from Asda to Waitrose has them, even though it's nearly FOUR MONTHS till we celebrate Christ's resurrection - to join the apparent Trinity of Humpty Dumpty and the Easter Bunny, to judge from the merchandise.
Orthodox Christians and even Eastern Rite Catholics (and many Protestants as well) use leavened bread and sometimes speak of the bread's rising as a symbol for Christ's resurrection.
Easter is one of the most important holidays for those who practice the Christian faith, as it marks the end of lent and celebrates Jesus Christ's resurrection.
The date was fixed at the Council of Nicaea in 325AD to mark the time of Christ's Resurrection.
Third, some 25 or more years later, Paul (or someone writing in his name) exhorted the Colossians to allow Christ's resurrection to be the prism through which they would understand their lives.
I found Part Two particularly interesting, in which Moltmann emphasizes the ramifications of Christ's resurrection for our physical bodies and nature in general, and accentuates the universality of salvation, even going so far as to say that "Since Christ's 'descent into hell' there has been hope where every prospect has disappeared .
While highlighting the relevance of harmoniously celebrating the Malayalam New Year of 'Vishu' and the 'Easter' day which commemorates Jesus Christ's resurrection, Menon said people had always celebrated such key events with pomp, irrespective of one's caste, creed or colour.
After Jesus Christ's resurrection, only Thomas did not believe his coming back to life, until Jesus appeared to him in person on the eighth day after Easter.
One is that the egg is a symbol of Christ's resurrection, and breaking the egg represents Christ's departure from his tomb following the Crucifixion.
Besides Williams' investment in Orthodoxy, another perhaps more acute influence upon his thought is doctrinal, namely his conception of Christ's resurrection and the impact he understands it to have on Christian language.
The white lily is a symbol of Christ's resurrection, and that's why it's sometimes referred to as an Easter lily.
He continued: "The power of Christ's resurrection is a timeless dynamic that has sustained and driven the Christian church down the centuries to the present day.
Rev Dr Geraint Tudur Union of Welsh Independents The power of Christ's resurrection is a timeless dynamic that has sustained and driven the Christian church down the centuries to the present day.
Manila As Christians marks Easter Sunday, Church leaders said the true meaning of Christ's resurrection should not be lost despite the difficulties experienced by most Filipinos.