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  1. Resurrection and the Senses John 20:11-31

  2. The First Resurrection Appearance (John 20:14-18) Mary Magdalene in the garden

  3. What did Jesus say to Mary Magdalene? (Jn 20:17) • ‘Do not hold onto me’ (NRSV) • ‘Touch me not’ (KJV) • ‘Stop clinging to me’ (NAS) • Mēmouhaptou(Greek) • Noli me tangere(Latin)

  4. Palla, ca. 1520, Antwerp, Museum Mayer van den Bergh

  5. Carolignian, 11th century

  6. Titian, Noli me tangere, ca. 1514 National Gallery, London

  7. The Second Resurrection Appearance (John 20:19-23) Disciples in the closed room

  8. Duccio, Appearance behind Locked Doors, 1308

  9. The Third Resurrection Appearance (John 20:24-29) ‘doubting’ thomas

  10. Magdalene and Thomas (Lower left/centre) Western German, late 14th century, Köln Wallraf-Richartz-Museum – FondationCorboud

  11. Duccio, Doubting Thomas, 1308-11

  12. Caravaggio, The Incredulity of St Thomas, 1601-02, Sanssouci, Potsdam

  13. Needlework by Marianne von Watteville, ca. 1750. Collection of Moravian Archives, Herrnhut, Germany.

  14. Rock of Ages, cleft for me,Let me hide myself in Thee;Let the water and the blood,From Thy wounded side which flowed,Be of sin the double cure;Save from wrath and make me pure. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gM7gt_cSxjw

  15. One of the soldiers pierced his side with his spear, and there came out at once blood and water. And one who has seen has testified and his testimony is true and he knows that he speaks the truth, so that even/also you might believe. (John 19:34-35)

  16. Further Reading • B. Baert, ‘Noli me tangere. Six Exercises in Image Theory and Iconophilia’,http://www.imageandnarrative.be/inarchive/iconoclasm/baert.htm • Aquinas on why the Christ rose with scars: http://www.newadvent.org/summa/4054.htm (this reference thanks to Taylor Marshall) • M. O’Rourke Boyle, Senses of Touch: Human Dignity and Deformity from Michaelangelo to Calvin (googlebooks preview here) • S. Schneiders, ‘Touching the Risen Jesus: Mary Magdalene and Thomas,’ http://www.ctsa-online.org/pdf/60/013_035.pdf