Space, Time & Resurrection

This thesis argues that the resurrection of Jesus determines reality for humanity and all creation.  His resurrection does so because he is the incarnate Son of God.  As the creator become creature, his human life, death, resurrection and ascension affirms and redeems creation.  The incarnation shows forth the implications of this for his resurrection and ascension, his mediation of reconciliation, and our eschatological hope.  In particular, Jesus’ ascension means that the new realiity determined by his resurrection is both veiled until his return and being made actual here and now by the Holy Spirit.  Read 137 page interchange

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