Talk:Resurrection of Jesus Christ

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'Jesus Christ was the first person to be resurrected on this earth.'

Matthew 27:52, 1 Kings 17:17-22, 2 Kings 4:32-35, and 2 Kings 13:21 would seem to disagree with this, in a fairly major way. How would everyone feel about finding a better way of phrasing this, in order to convey the sense that Jesus was the first to be resurrected after death had been conquered (which is a little redundant, given that the event of conquering death is the resurrection)? --wikinterpreter woo!

Also, John 11:1-43. When you look for them, there are a lot of pre-Christ resurrection miracles. --wikinterpreter woo!

Meaning of the Resurrection section

I have taken this section from the article on Christianity. I felt it proper to do so because it certainly fits in this article and because I was the editor of that section in the Christianity article. I think that this important article should be greatly expanded. Much can be said by knowledgeable people about the nature and circumstances of the Resurrection of Christ as well in the Defense sectionBert Schlossberg 03:03, 5 November 2009 (EST)