Was the Resurrection of a Corpse?

Jesus and Mary Magdalene – Below was extracted from here. Note that Mary Magdalene did not recognize him.

John records the first meeting between Mary Magdalene and Jesus after Jesus’ death and resurrection (John 20:14–18). Jesus begins the conversation with two questions. Jesus said to her:

“Woman,[1] why are you crying? Who is it you are looking for?” (John 20:15).

Mary did not recognize him until Jesus said to her: “Mary” (John 20:16).

Mary Magdalene had probably heard Jesus call her by name many times, and she now recognized the familiar voice of her master. Mary responds with “Rabboni” which means “my master-teacher”. By calling Jesus “Rabboni,” Mary indicates that Jesus had been her teacher. Jesus would have taught her theology, but now she had first-hand knowledge of the theology of Jesus’ resurrection.

Following Jesus’ instructions, Mary goes and tells the other disciples, “I have seen the Lord!” (John 20:18).