The Christian religion has Jesus as a figure representing resurrection, but it is those who are part of the Jewish faith that actually believe in it as a part of life after death. For those who are practitioners of this faith, it is not an event that will occur immediately after their current body has died. They are still waiting for their Messiah, and that is when they believe the resurrection of everyone of their faith will happen. Until that time, everyone who has already died simply does not exist.
A lock at resurrection shows that few people have thought about the deep connection that exists between Judaism and Christianity, but Jesus was born as a Jew. While he is considered the Messiah by those who became Christian, he is only a prophet to those who have continued in his original religion. They believe the Messiah promised to them has yet to arrive, but they also believe they will be reborn once he arrives.