There is, I’m guessing, at least a remote possibility that somebody out there might attend my BYU Education Week lectures on 19-22 August.
So I thought that a recommendation might not be amiss:
Part of my lectures — certainly on the first day — will concentrate on the resurrection narratives in Matthew 28, Mark 16, Luke 24, and John 20-21.
I’ll try to summarize those passages during my lectures, and will certainly comment on them, but I’m not sure how much time I’ll actually have for such summation and comment. (I have a lot of stuff to cover.)
So, if a member of the audience were to have re-read those five chapters in advance — it’s only five chapters! — that might not do any substantial harm . . .