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How will our bodies be put back together? What about those eaten by cannibals? A brief history of Christian resurrection beliefs

By Philip C. Almond, Emeritus Professor in the History of Religious Thought, The University of Queensland
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Easter celebrates the Christian belief that Jesus Christ rose from the dead. And for centuries, this resurrection was seen as a guarantee that our own bodies would do the same.

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