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Peter as the first witness of the risen Lord

an historical and theological investigation

by William Thomas Kessler

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Published by Pontificia Università Gregoriana in Roma .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [213]-230) and index.

Other titlesPeter as the first Easter witness
StatementWilliam Thomas Kessler.
SeriesTesi gregoriana., 37
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 2001/01330 (B)
The Physical Object
Pagination237 p. ;
Number of Pages237
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL469759M
ISBN 108876527850
LC Control Number98191999

In that act, a new relationship with the risen Lord was established. She became the first evangelist. She was the first witness of the risen Lord. It was she who went and told the other disciples that Jesus was risen. If the apostles were those who were the eye witnesses of the risen Lord, then Mary Magdalene was the first apostle. Now she saw, becoming the first witness of the risen Lord. Her tears of sorrow turned to joy as she exclaimed, “Rabboni,” which means “My beloved master.” Though the Garden Tomb has not been verified as the actual site of the Lord’s burial, it meets all of the scriptural qualifications.

In Peter and the Beloved Disciple go to the tomb. Neither sees Jesus, but the Beloved Disciple comes to faith without an appearance of the Risen One. As in Matthew and the added ending of Mark, Mary Magdalene is the first follower to see the risen Jesus. ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $

  Following the witness of Peter to give all for Jesus and his gospel mission in the world, Reid S. Monaghan. Appendix: Was Peter the first pope? The confession of Peter of Jesus being the Christ in Mark 8 and its more robust parallel in the sixteenth chapter of Matthew’s gospel has been the source of some historical controversy between. The Many Appearances of the Risen Jesus. The first person to see Jesus alive was Mary Magdalene, a woman in the band of followers who had accompanied Him to Jerusalem (Mark ; John ). It is altogether surprising that the Gospels should give Mary the role of first witness to the Resurrection.


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Peter as the first witness of the risen Lord by William Thomas Kessler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Peter as the first witness of the risen Lord: an historical and theological investigation. [William Thomas Kessler]. When characterizing Peter as "the recipient of the first appearance (protophany) of the Resurrected One," (16) Hengel nowhere cited or even referred to Matthew (where Mary Magdalene and "the other Mary" are the first to encounter the risen Jesus) or to John (where Mary Magdalene alone is the recipient of the first appearance).

Further, Peter emphasizes the importance of Jesus’ disciples not only experiencing and enjoying the joy of their Risen Master and Lord but also of sharing that experience and joy with as many people as possible.

It is something we must do also to live joyfully in the close company of the Risen Lord. Following is an attempt to explain the mixed messages given the role of Peter in the post-resurrection narratives of the canonical gospels.

It argues that Peter first met the resurrected Jesus, as per 1 Corinthianssome time after the writing of the gospels of Mark and Matthew but just prior to Luke’s gospel — or more likely as late as that redaction of Luke by the author. In the apocryphal Gospel of Peter (2nd century), he is a friend of Jesus and of Pilate.

In the apocryphal Gospel of Nicodemus (or Acts of Pilate; 4th/5th century), Jews imprison Joseph after Jesus’ burial, but he is released by the risen Lord, thus becoming the first witness.

I base this on Mark because there it specifically says that Mary Magdalene was specifically the first person to see the risen Jesus. John is consistent with this opinion. And, Luke and 1 Corinthians don't specifically address the issue of who was the first to see the risen Jesus.

John 21 J.B. Phillips New Testament (PHILLIPS) The risen Jesus and Peter. 21 Later on, Jesus showed himself again to his disciples on the shore of Lake Tiberias, and he did it in this way. Simon Peter, Thomas (called the Twin), Nathanael from Cana in Galilee, the sons of Zebedee and two other disciples were together, when Simon Peter said, “I’m going fishing.”.

Through it all, Peter’s head, hands, and heart were further tutored to be a witness of the resurrected Christ, for he saw the risen Lord with his eyes, heard Him with his ears, felt Him with his hands, and surely felt again the Spirit’s confirmation in his heart.

The witnesses to the resurrection depend on what source you (or scholars) assume to be the most accurate. The earliest source in the New Testament comes from the letters of Paul - in this case 1 Corinthians –8, in which he gives the list that.

The Witness of the Risen Christ The year was the cutoff point of the Messiah that the book of Daniel refers to that marks the cessation period of the first part of his mission leading up. Through it all, Peter’s head, hands, and heart were further tutored to be a witness of the resurrected Christ, for he saw the risen Lord with his eyes, heard him with his ears, felt him with his hands, and surely, like the disciples on the road to Emmaus, felt again the Spirit’s confirmation in his heart (see Luke –32).

The church practices resurrection in nursing homes, in bombed-out neighborhoods and, of course, in cemeteries. In her provocative study of the resurrection, Seeing the Lord, Marianne Sawicki defines the church as a community of those who have the competence to recognize Jesus as the risen Lord.

It specializes in discerning the Risen One. I benefitted from the book in the first few pages of the introduction. It is clear that Peter Lord is a Pastor who hears from God, as this writing is inspired.

He presents sound Biblical teachings and cites a lot of scripture throughout the book. Read this book, act on Peter's suggestions and wait with expectation for to be Spirit-led/5(26). After his post-resurrection appearances, Jesus will ascend from earth.

But first he must solidify his disciples’ faith in him as the risen Messiah and Lord, and instruct them about the mission he is assigning them. This study looks at the words Jesus spoke to commission his disciples after his resurrection.

John – Session FourAuthor: Bill Weimer. Why Was Mary Magdalene the First Witness of the Resurrection?, J. Lee Grady - Read more Christian women spiritual life, faith, and growth. “When it was evening on that day, the first day of the week Jesus came and stood among them and said, ‘Peace be with you.’ After he said this, he showed them his hands and his side.

Then the disciples rejoiced when they saw the Lord.” JohnJesus, the Risen Lord. THIS, beloved friends, is one of the most memorable of our Lord’s many visits to his disciples after he had risen from the dead. Each one of these appearances had its own peculiarity.

I cannot at this time give you even an outline of the special colourings which distinguished each of the many manifestations of our risen Lord.

The instance now before us may beconsidered to be. St Peter also wrote the Letters of St Peter in the New Testament. St Peter spent most of his life as a fisherman and came from Bethsaida with his brother St Andrew.

While casting a net into the sea, Christ called them to “Come, follow me and I. The Life of Christ in the Synoptic Gospels PETER AND THE RISEN LORD. Lesson Text: John (KJV; fifth, sixth and seventh appearances of Jesus recorded in Jn.

; Lk. Peter said (Acts ) he saw Jesus before the resurrection and "God has raised this Jesus to life, and we are all witnesses of the fact." (Also read Acts) However, the apostles were not the only ones who saw the risen Jesus.

Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of James were the first (Mark 16). Footnotes 1 By speaking of Peter as primary Easter witness I am thinking only of the appearances to those who were to become official and authoritative witnesses to the Resurrection.

John's gospel reports Mary Magdalene as being the one to whom the Lord first appeared (Jn –18). According to Matthew, Mary Magdalene and ‘the other Mary’ met Jesus as they returned from .Paul specifically says that Peter was the first person to see the risen Jesus.

Luke also indicates that Jesus might have appeared to Peter first. But neither account actually describes the appearance. The accounts of an appearance to Mary Magdalene (and possibly another woman) are found in John and Matthew.Peter had been whipsawed from his pit of despair and pulled by the Master into peace.

Life had changed for the good. And since then many have found this same peace, this same smile of wonder at Jesus' amazing grace. Maybe you too.

Jesus had risen — .