So here was 3rd and final resurrection narrative: Revolutionary encounters with the risen God (after previous 2) from John 20-21. As it’s a much bigger section, the table below is inevitably much more complicated – and also, it is as much an overview of the way I approached the talk (drawing out the 3 primary conversations Jesus has) rather than strictly drawing on how the whole section works. But it is hopefully helpful to some degree.

One or two have suggested making the text of the talks available – so I’ll probably put them on Scribd or something as a pdf.

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