What is so important about the resurrection? What does it mean in the life of the believer? The book starts with explaining the need for the resurrection: which is man's sin and the Father's desire to redeem fallen man from his sin. But the Resurrection did more than that. It was the beginning of God's relationship with redeemed man. The book begins by pointing out that the resurrection is the validation that Christ was fully capable of paying the price for man's sin.