3 Resources That Will Give You a Fresh Look at Easter

What would it have been like to pray with Jesus in the garden? To watch as he was led to his death? To enter a tomb one early Sunday morning and find only a few discarded rags?

When you explore the culture, history, theology, and literature of the Bible, it’s like stepping into the story itself. Suddenly the image flips from black and white to high-definition. You’re reminded that Jesus lived in the real world, died a real death, and really did come back to life.

This Easter, we want to equip you to step into the biblical story and rediscover the significance of the resurrection. We’ve pulled together a selection of key resources to do just that. (And for the truly curious, you can even step into a first-century tomb.)

As you focus your Bible study this Easter, here are three resources that will take you deeper into this powerful story.

The Resurrection Day Collection (8 vols.)

This brand new collection of resources puts the Easter story in context and helps you understand the everyday importance of this historic event. Including N.T. Wright’s landmark work Surprised by Hope and Eugene Peterson’s practical and powerful Living the Resurrection, this collection will renew your appreciation of the reality of the resurrection. It’s 50% off for a limited time.

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Mobile Ed: NT156 The Significance of the Resurrection

Explore Jesus’ death and resurrection with Douglas J. Moo, Ben Witherington, Elyse Fitzpatrick, Darrell L. Bock, and Michael W. Goheen. This interactive, guided study through the Easter story includes fascinating video reflections by these celebrated scholars. Plus, you’ll get activities for deeper learning and links to Logos tools and resources to help you study on your own. Save 35% through April 30.

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The Resurrection of the Son of God

N.T. Wright takes us on a fascinating journey through ancient beliefs about life after death, setting the scene for a full-scale examination of early Christian beliefs about the resurrection. Combing through the strange and evocative Easter stories in the gospels, Wright seeks the best historical conclusions about the empty tomb and Jesus’ resurrection. He concludes that, faced with the historical evidence, we must affirm that Jesus really did rise from the dead. A thrilling deep dive into the theology, culture, history, and significance of the Easter story.

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Don’t miss any of the resources we’ve pulled together to help you study the resurrection. You can save up to 50%. Check out the complete selection now.

Plus, don’t miss your chance to discover what Jesus tomb really would have been like.