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It found resurrection a short time later when Leadership aides literally plucked it from the Energy and Commerce team and delivered it to the Ways and Means Committee for its approval instead.Democrats Face a Grueling Two Weeks as Infighting Erupts Over Infrastructure|Philip Elliott|September 16, 2021|Time
In this week’s Border Report, Gustavo Solis wrote about all of the issues the program has seen since it’s been implemented in light of its resurrection and captures local responses to the decision.Morning Report: Encinitas Leads San Diego in Banning Natural Gas|Voice of San Diego|August 31, 2021|Voice of San Diego
July 10, 2021 could be a day of resurrection for Brazil’s soccer stars, should they reach the final of the Copa América at home and win it.
But a funny thing happened on the way to the funeral: a miraculous resurrection!
They will be subjected to inquisition, and will await resurrection in the grave like any normal Muslim.An Ex-Radical's Open Letter to ISIS Fighters: Quit Now While You Can!|Maajid Nawaz|September 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Jackson campaign became the resurrection of the black freedom movement in national politics.
The most-watched dramas of the 2013-2014 season were NCIS, NCIS: LA, Person of Interest, Blue Bloods, and Resurrection.
I try to make her present, with memory or imagination, hopeful that our little remembrance will be for her a little resurrection.
The resurrection of Lazarus is a transparent fabrication out of the parable of the rich man and Lazarus.
There was a tremendous necessity for an example of the resurrection of an ordinary man.
The resurrection of a supernatural man is not quite sufficient for people not supernatural.
The alleged fact of the Resurrection is of immense importance to hundreds of millions of people.
The incarnation of a God in human form, the resurrection of a man or a God from the dead, are facts outside human experience.
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Derived forms of resurrectionresurrectional or resurrectionary, adjective
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Cultural definitions for resurrection
The rising of Jesus from the tomb after his death; a central and distinctive belief of the Christian faith. The Gospels state that after Jesus was crucified and lay in a tomb between Friday evening and Sunday morning, he rose, in body as well as in spirit, and appeared alive to his followers. His resurrection is the basis for the Christian belief that not only Jesus but all Christians will triumph over death. Christians celebrate the Resurrection on Easter Sunday.