a roofed gate to a churchyard under which a bier is set down during a burial service to await the coming of the clergyman.
a variant spelling of lych gate
[rez-uh-rek-shuh-niz-uh m] /ˌrɛz əˈrɛk ʃəˌnɪz əm/ noun 1. the exhumation and stealing of dead bodies, especially for dissection. resurrectionism /ˌrɛzəˈrɛkʃəˌnɪzəm/ noun 1. belief that men will rise again from the dead, esp the Christian doctrine of the Resurrection of Christ and of all mankind at the Last Judgment 2. (facetious) (formerly) body snatching
[rez-uh-rek-shuh-nist] /ˌrɛz əˈrɛk ʃə nɪst/ noun 1. a person who brings something to life or view again. 2. a believer in resurrection. 3. Also called resurrection man. a person who exhumes and steals dead bodies, especially for dissection; body snatcher. resurrectionist /ˌrɛzəˈrɛkʃənɪst/ noun 1. (facetious) (formerly) a body snatcher 2. a member of an Anglican […]
- Resurrection of christ
one of the cardinal facts and doctrines of the gospel. If Christ be not risen, our faith is vain (1 Cor. 15:14). The whole of the New Testament revelation rests on this as an historical fact. On the day of Pentecost Peter argued the necessity of Christ’s resurrection from the prediction in Ps. 16 (Acts […]
- Resurrection of the dead
will be simultaneous both of the just and the unjust (Dan. 12:2; John 5:28, 29; Rom. 2:6-16; 2 Thess. 1:6-10). The qualities of the resurrection body will be different from those of the body laid in the grave (1 Cor. 15:53, 54; Phil. 3:21); but its identity will nevertheless be preserved. It will still be […]