This text examines the narrations from the Prophet Muhammad (s) and the Shi‘a Imams (a) on the topic of Raj'ah, the belief of the partial resurrection of selected human beings shortly before the final Resurrection. It examines them through the strength or weakness of their chains of narration and, to a lesser degree, their content to postulate which ideas about the Raj‘ah can reliably be traced back to the Imams as well as to identify which narrations seem to have been counterfeited and possible sources of their corruption.