Concerning the Resurrection of the body Dr. Martin Luther writes;

This article has suffered and still suffers the most opposition and is most difficult to believe...The reason for this is that no article so contradicts experience as this one does.  For our eyes see that all the world is swept away by death and dies.  Emperors and kings, high and low, young and old, and in  a word, all the children of men, one after the other, are laid in the grave and buried...

Therefore it is necessary for every Christian to have before him the tesimony of Holy Scripture concerning the resurrection of the dead and then also the resurrection of the Lord Christ, proved and attested by certain revelation; that he must rest firmly on these and abandon outward appearance and the experience of reason.

What Luther Says, paragraph 3879, pages 1217, 1218

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