“As Dying, and Behold We Live” Death and Resurrection in Paul's Theology


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As Second Corinthians reveals, Paul forged his theology of the resurrection on the anvil of crisis. In opposition to rival apostles who preached a gospel celebrating success and self, Paul links the resurrection with the crucifixion and exhorts the Corinthians to live not for themselves but “for him who for their sake died and was raised.”
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