The Resurrection of Jesus in the Hebrew Old Testament (3 vols.)
Warren A. Gage, St. Andrews House 2011–2012
In the New Testament, Jesus and Paul spoke of the “third day” resurrection as an event “in accordance with the Scriptures.” But what do the Hebrew Scriptures have to say about the Messiah’s resurrection? The Resurrection of Jesus in the Hebrew Old Testament Collection analyzes—and provides fresh insight on—the numerous resurrection references and figures of speech in the Old Testament. Gage guides readers through Hebrew Scripture to shed light on occurences of the “third day” in Milestones to Emmaus and Return from Emmaus, then shares his own views through a fictitous account in The Road to Emmaus.
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- Analyzes resurrection references and figures of speech in the Old Testament
- Provides fresh insight on resurrection theology
- Milestones to Emmaus: The Third Day Resurrection in the Old Testament by Warren A. Gage
- Return from Emmaus: The Resurrection Theme in Scripture by Warren A. Gage
- The Road to Emmaus: A Walk with a Stranger from Jerusalem by Warren A. Gage and Leah Grace Gage
- Title: The Resurrection of Jesus in the Hebrew Old Testament Collection
- Authors: Warren A. Gage and Leah Grace Gage
- Publisher: St. Andrews House
- Volumes: 3
- Pages: 321
About the Authors
Warren A. Gage received his BA from Southern Methodist University, ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary, JD from Southern Methodist University School of Law, and MA and PhD from the University of Dallas. He is a professor of Old Testament at Knox Theological Seminary, an assistant minister at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, and a member of the Evangelical Theological Society.
Leah Grace Gage is a graduate student in biblical studies at Harvard. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College.