By Jeremiah Mutie
"Mutie argues that the best way early Christians taken care of the our bodies of deceased believers is proof in their exceedingly Christian view of the afterlife. He exhibits how the apostolic educating and the tradition impacted and educated the apologists' theological knowing and perform. even supposing not residing, the lifeless saints have been nonetheless visible as a part of the neighborhood of religion. those second-century Christians believed 'in the resurrection of the physique and the existence everlasting.'"
--Glenn R. Kreider, Professor of Theology, Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas, TX
"Jeremiah Mutie's scholarly learn areas the reader into the suggestions and debates of the second-century Christian apologists as they wrestled with the Greco-Roman view of demise in mild of the recent truth of Jesus's resurrection. His selection of resource fabric on my own is amazing. The paintings and research is a special contribution to realizing that time period. should you wish to pass extensive it's a important read."
--Linda Marten, affiliate Professor of Biblical Counseling, Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas, TX
Jeremiah Mutie has served as Adjunct teacher of faith at Liberty college tuition of faith on-line. additionally he serves as Adjunct Professor of the historical past of Christian inspiration at Beulah Heights college at Atlanta, GA. Dr. Mutie holds a ThM and PhD.from Dallas Theological Seminary.
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