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  1. Lazarus Rising may refer to: Lazarus Rising (novel), a science fiction novel by David Sherman and Dan Cragg. Lazarus Rising: A Personal and Political Autobiography, an autobiography of John Howard. "Lazarus Rising" ( Supernatural), an episode of Supernatural.

  2. "Lazarus Rising" is the fourth season premiere of the CW television series Supernatural. The episode originally aired on September 18, 2008, and was written by series creator Eric Kripke and directed by executive producer Kim Manners. The episode is set four months after Dean goes to hell in No Rest for the Wicked at the end of season 3.

    • September 18, 2008
    • Kim Manners
  3. Traci Dinwiddie tra le braccia di Jim Beaver, insieme a Jensen Ackles nell'episodio 'Lazarus rising' della serie Supernatural con ordine: Dean, Sam e Bobby si rivolgono alla solita sensitiva amica ...

  4. Lazarus Rising is the season premiere of Season 4. It aired on September 18th, 2008. It's four months later and Dean wakes in a pine box. He's been freed from Hell. He has a joyful reunion with Sam and Bobby (Jim Beaver), but it isn't long before the three wonder what exactly pulled Dean from...

  5. The Raising of Lazarus, by Duccio, 1310–11. The raising of Lazarus is a miracle of Jesus recounted only in the Gospel of John (John 11:1–44) in the New Testament, as well as in the Secret Gospel of Mark (a fragment of an extended version of the Gospel of Mark) in which Jesus raises Lazarus of Bethany from the dead four days after his ...

    • 1st century AD
    • Eastern Churches: Lazarus Saturday; 17 March; 17 October, Western Churches: 29 July
  6. Raising of Lazarus: summary The only account of Jesus’ raising of Lazarus from the dead is found in John chapter 11 verses 1–44. John tells us that a man named Lazarus, of the town of Bethany, was sick. Lazarus is the brother of Mary (who is often identified with Mary Magdalene).

  7. 25 giu 2023 · The title of the episode, "Lazarus Rising," refers to Lazarus of Bethany who was raised from the dead by Jesus and whose story is recounted in the Gospel of John (John 11:1-44).