After the Resurrection
1. The Grave Of The Dead John And The Grave Of The Living Jesus (Matthew 28:8)^2. Touch Me Not (John 20:17)^3. The Denier Alone With His Lord (Luke 24:34)^4. The Travelers To Emmaus (Luke 24:15)^5. The Risen Lord's Charge And...
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1. The Grave Of The Dead John And The Grave Of The Living Jesus (Matthew 28:8)^2. Touch Me Not (John 20:17)^3. The Denier Alone With His Lord (Luke 24:34)^4. The Travelers To Emmaus (Luke 24:15)^5. The Risen Lord's Charge And Gift (John 20:21-23)^6. Thomas And Jesus (John 20:26)^7. The Sea And The Beach (John 21:14)^8. Lovest Thou Me? (John 21:15)^9. Doing And Staying (John 21:22)^10. On The Mountain (Matthew 28:16,17; 1 Corinthians 15:6)^11. The Ascension (Luke 24:50,51; Acts 1:9)^12. Risen With Christ (Colossians 3:1-2)^Study Guide p. 149
An exciting series of studies on the post-resurrection ministry of Jesus and the people and events He encountered during those momentous days. The Saturday Review said of this book when it was published: "(It is the) work of a brilliant and effective teacher. Dr. Maclaren writes with real power and insight." Dr. Warren Wiersbe says that Maclaren was known as the "prince of expository preachers, and was a man with scholar's mind and a pastor's heart. Expostion and illustration were his strengths. He had fresh, fertile illustratiosn of he textual analysis and was a poerfulreader of Scripture. He spent nearly sixty hours of study on many of his sermons, which were models of effective expository preaching. Almost legendary in his day."
Maclaren presents the biblical evidence of Christ's bodily resurrection and ministry. A masterful blending of scholarship and devotion. --Cyril J. Barber
Alexander Maclaren (1826-1910) has been known for gen erations as the prince of preachers. He was born in Scotland and lived much of his life in England. His abilities to dissect a passage and to use analogies from nature and life have long been imitated. His sermons reveal his passion, spiritual insight, and intellectual power.