“On the third day he rose again…” These simple words point us to the greatest hope our world will ever know and see. The Son has risen and we get to behold him in all his glory and majesty in the Resurrection. Are you looking?
Is Jesus with us when the going gets rough or is he just cheering for us from the sidelines of life? Did Jesus really die or only pretend to? And why does Pontius Pilate—his executioner—get specific mention in the Creed?
Wesley Hill is Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pennsylvania. He is also an author and writes regularly for Christianity Today, First Things, The Living Church, Comment, and other publications.
Ephraim Radner is a professor of Historical Theology at Wycliffe College in Toronto and the author and editor of several books on ecclesiology, ecumenism, the nature of Scripture, natural theology, pneumatology, and the character of the human creature.