Lazarus of Bethany, also known as Saint Lazarus or Lazarus of the Four Days, is the subject of a prominent miracle of Jesus in the Gospel of John, in which Jesus restores him to life four days after his death. The Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic traditions offer varying accounts of the later events of his life.
In the context of the seven signs in the Gospel of John, the Raising of Lazarus is the climactic narrative: exemplifying the power of Jesus "over the last and most irresistible enemy of humanity—death. For this reason it is given a prominent place in the gospel."
The name "Lazarus" is frequently used in science and popular culture in reference to apparent restoration to life; for example, the scientific term "Lazarus taxon" denotes organisms that reappear in the fossil record after a period of apparent extinction. There are also numerous literary uses of the term.
Risen from a sleeping tomb, this podcast walks the Earth again, not dissimilar to po' Lazarus.
You audial author and host/co-host Shaun Newkirk is joined by authoritative presence and general overlord of these digital pages, Max Rieper.
Danny Duffy - fo' real?
September callups and 40-man decisions
Eric Hosmer still isn't getting $200M
Raul Mondesi swimming in the deep end
A miserable history of Royals All-Stars
The not necessarily NOT synonymous 2014 Braves/2016 Royals
Asleep at the trade deadline
Wade Davis: an unfortunate turn of events
Introduction: Mumford and Sons - There Will Be Time
Outro: Morning Ritual - Bad Moon Rising
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