Resurrection changes everything.
Resurrection begets immortality, and that is a game changer for a host of reasons. For example, colonizing new worlds. If we could regenerate at will then the decision to explore other worlds in our solar system would be a trivial one. Dying from solar radiation on the way to Mars? So what. Going further, sending colonists to various remote star systems, even if it took 10,000 years to get there, would be a no brainer.
The monetary system would radically change. You're broke now? Just put $100 in a savings account and wait; eventually you'll be rich. This alone would change how we interact with others. For that matter, you might not even need to work at all. The fact that this could happen would likely completely change how banking works. It might even slow advancement to the point that for all outward appearances the society would be standing still.
Wars would certainly be different; perhaps even pointless. Let's say one group killed a million soldiers of a competing group... wait a bit and they're back. Would you have to keep killing them over and over and over again? When would you just give up? One of the primary reasons governments exist is for combined protection of that society. If no one dies, is there a point to them?
At the end of the day, I think resurrection would lead to total anarchy. A number of the reasons that people currently work together would simply no longer apply and much smaller social groups would emerge. These like minded groups would be highly dynamic and change as the whims of the members do.
Having a verifiable afterlife is an altogether different thing. Is it just "paradise" where all pain is gone and everyone is happy? or do concepts of heaven and hell exist in which what you do while "alive" actually matter? If the former then people would be hard pressed not to just off themselves whenever it was convenient. Even issues such as murder would no longer be quite as big a deal and likely be held to be a mercy.
If the latter, then I'd like to think that people would generally be much nicer to each other as the long term consequences of their actions are well known. However I don't think that would be reality. Obviously there would still be some fraction of society that would happily "burn" as long as their immediate desires are fulfilled. There would even be some who purposely killed others who have transgressed whatever laws it is that mark you for going to hell, just to make sure the transgressors couldn't "repent" and go the other direction. Finally there would be thrill seekers who purposely flaunted those laws - flirting with eternal damnation - only to repent later.
Certain there is a lot of story potential in both cases.