Resurrection Resources for Any Budget, Now through Easter

Each year as Easter Sunday draws closer, the resurrection is on hearts and minds, and many seek to understand Easter’s significance and depth better. This year, perhaps more than any other in recent history, we need the hope, joy, and peace that focusing on the resurrection brings.

To help you study the resurrection and prepare to celebrate Easter, we’ve collected nearly 100 resources on the resurrection, starting at just $2.77, on sale now through April 17. In fact, 58 of those resources are less than $20. 

Even with low prices, you’ll still find quality—books and courses from respected theologians including Craig Evans, D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, A. W. Tozer, Ben Witherington, and many more.

Here are just three highlights:

Scandalous: The Cross and Resurrection of Jesus by D. A. Carson

How should Christians approach the central gospel teachings concerning the death and resurrection of Jesus? The Bible firmly establishes the historicity of these events and doesn’t leave their meanings ambiguous or open to interpretation. Even so, there is an irony and surprising strangeness to the cross. Carson shows that this strange irony has profound implications for our lives as he examines the history and theology of Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection.

The Significance of the Resurrection Mobile Education course

Elyse Fitzpatrick, Douglas Moo, Darrell Bock, and other biblical scholars offer new perspectives on texts dealing with Jesus’ sacrifice and defeat of sin—leading students to better understand the meaning of the resurrection theologically and missiologically. 

The Resurrection of the Son of God by N. T. Wright

Wright takes readers on a fascinating journey through ancient beliefs about life after death, from the shadowy figures who inhabit Homer’s Hades, through Plato’s hope for a blessed immortality, to the first century. He then examines ancient Jewish beliefs on the same subject, from the Bible to the Dead Sea Scrolls and beyond.

Wright seeks the best historical conclusions about the empty tomb and the belief that Jesus really did rise bodily from the dead, recognizing that it was this belief that caused early Christians to call Jesus “Son of God.” In doing so, they posed a political challenge as well as a theological one. These challenges retain their power in the twenty-first century.

Find new resources focusing on Jesus and his resurrection—browse the Easter sale today.