|TITLE: The resurrection of Jesus Christ, CALL NUMBER: PGA - Baker, John--Resurrection of Jesus Christ (D size) [P&P]. REPRODUCTION NUMBER: LC-DIG-pga-00114 (digital file from original print)|
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Death and resurrection of Jesus, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The death and resurrection of Jesus are two events in the New Testament in which Jesus is crucified on one day (the "Day of Preparation", i.e. the day before the Sabbath, the last day of the week), then resurrected on the third. These two events are remembered by Christians, one on Good Friday and the other on every Sunday, but especially Easter Sunday. They are part of the core doctrines of the Christian faith.
While during Lent and the Easter season the death and resurrection of Jesus are celebrated most solemnly, Christians have from the earliest times celebrated the resurrection every Sunday, as Justin Martyr described in the mid-second century. Much later, in the fourth century, Roman Emperor Constantine I made Sunday a public holiday.
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