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By Gerd Lüdemann | Comments: ( 560 ) | Date: ( Apr 03, 2020 )

Since his student days, Gerd Ludemann has noted how both New Testament scholars and theologians have tended to be evansive about what actually happened at the resurrection of Jesus How was Jesus seen Was the tomb really empty, and, if so, what happened to the body Dissatisfied with so much of what he read, he set out to write his own book, making a thourough examinationSince his student days, Gerd Ludemann has noted how both New Testament scholars and theologians have tended to be evansive about what actually happened at the resurrection of Jesus How was Jesus seen Was the tomb really empty, and, if so, what happened to the body Dissatisfied with so much of what he read, he set out to write his own book, making a thourough examination of all the passages relating to the resurrection in the New Testament, beginning with the fanmous verse in 1 Corinthians 15 and going through to the last chapter of John s Gospel The results of this exhausttive study are largely negative, Ludemann succeeds in demonstrating just how much tradition and the evangelists themselves have contributed to the Easter story THis is an honest scholarly book with the ring of truth, and needs to be read without prejudice Those who do so will find that in fact it is remarkably positive.


  • Title: The Resurrection of Jesus
  • Author: Gerd Lüdemann
  • ISBN: 9780334025603
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Gerd Lüdemann

Gerd L demann is Professor of New Testament at the University of G ttingen, Germany, Director of the Institute of Early Christian Studies, and Founder and Director of the Archive Religionsgeschichtliche Schule at the University of G ttingen He has also served as Visiting Scholar at Vanderbilt Divinity School in Nashville, Tennessee, and as co chair of the Society of Biblical Literature Seminar on Jewish Christianity He is a Fellow of the Westar Institute.



Comments The Resurrection of Jesus

  • Rob

    I think Ludemann makes a lot of statements that are unsubstantiated. He regards a verse as "tradition" rather than as an event that actually happened. But he gives little or no reason why this verse might be attributed to Mark, but that verse is 'clearly' (in his words) "tradition." Also, he a priori rules out the mirculous (including the resurrection). I think he writes under the guise of enlightenment thinking, but that very posture closes him off from a possible avenues to be searched.


  • B.J. Richardson

    Sound and fury signifying nothing. Luedemann leans far too heavily on Bultman and you're better off reading RB to get pretty much the same exact ideas but in a far more readable package. (Not that I agree with either one)


  • Jeffrey McKinley

    Not one of his best books. Didn't really have anything new to offer.


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