EVIDENCE FOR THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS

The Resurrection of Jesus and the Cognitive Dissonance Hypothesis

What Did The Disciples Mean When They Said “Jesus is Risen!”

Mike Licona lectures on historical methods and the New Testament (directly related to the Resurrection)

The Metaphysical Hurdle and The Miminal Facts Argument

The Resurrection of Jesus: a Clinical Review of Psychiatric Hypotheses for the Biblical Story of Easter

Joseph W. Bergeron, M.D. and Gary R. Habermas, Ph.D

Richard Swinburne – The Probability of the Resurrection of Jesus

Michael Licona On The Resurrection of Jesus: How We Know It’s True and Why It Matters

Is the Resurrection of Jesus a Qualification for Being the Jewish Messiah?

Paul’s Warnings About Bearing False Witness About the Resurrection of Jesus

“Resurrection-Faith and the ‘Historical’ Jesus” by Larry Hurtado

Historians and Miracle Claims: Michael Licona

A Look at the Evidence for the Death, Burial and Resurrection of Jesus

Dr. Tim McGrew lecture on the resurrection of Jesus

1 CORINTHIANS 15:3B–6A, 7 AND THE BODILY RESURRECTION OF JESUS: Kirk R. Macgregor

Resurrection Apologetics: Why I Start with Paul’s Letters

Paul’s Gospel of the Empty Tomb: The Resurrection in 1 Corinthians 15

Is the Resurrection a Parable? Why Redefining the Resurrection of Jesus is a Dangerous Game

Handling a Rabbi’s Objection About The Resurrection of Jesus

Dr Peter Williams: Things Which Ought To Be Better Known About The Resurrection Of Jesus

Why Death is Not Natural: A Look at the Resurrection

A Look at the Carrier/Goodacre Debate: How Did Paul Receive the Gospel? Clearing Up A Supposed Contradiction Between Galatians 1:11-12, and 1 Corinthians 15:3-5

What Do Christians Mean When They Say “Resurrection?”

The Earliest Record for The Death and Resurrection of Jesus: 1 Corinthians 15: 3-7

Alister McGrath on the Ernst Troeltsch Objection to the Resurrection of Jesus

15 Suggested Readings on the Resurrection of Jesus

Mike Licona lectures on new insights into the resurrection of Jesus

Why the Hypothesis that God Raised Jesus from the Dead is the Best Explanation

A Roundtable Discussion with Michael Licona on The Resurrection of Jesus:A New Historiographical Approach: Danny Akin, Craig Blomberg, Paul Copan

The Resurrection of the Son of God:A Reduction of the Naturalistic Alternatives

Answering Eleven Objections to the Resurrection of Jesus

What Did Paul See? A Look at the Resurrection of Jesus and What Happened to Paul

Evidence for the Resurrection of Christ-Peter Kreeft

Say Hello to my Little Friend: Blog Archive: Richard Carrier on the Resurrection part 1: Dr Glenn Peoples

The Argument from Miracles: A Cumulative Case for the Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth

2 thoughts on “EVIDENCE FOR THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS

  1. Gary M February 12, 2015 / 6:51 am

    For every other alleged historical event we determine its historicity by examining contemporaneous, corroborating, independent testimony from two or more known sources along with any available archaeological evidence.

    The Resurrection of Jesus has no such supporting evidence. To believe that this supernatural event occurred, one must suspend belief in the laws of nature and in the rules of evidence to believe it.

    This alleged event can only be believed by faith.

    • chab123 February 12, 2015 / 4:51 pm

      Hi Gary, there are contemporaneous, corroborating, independent testimony from two or more witnesses with the resurrection. I don’t have the time to explain that all to you. You can see Peter William’s teaching on it-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbBVBUeHXZ4

      As far as miracles, your argument goes back to Hume. There were plenty of responses in his own day and there have been plenty written on it over the last century. See
      Hume’s Abject Failure The Argument Against Miracles by John Earman or In Defense of Miracles: A Comprehensive Case for God’s Action in History by R. Douglas Geivett, and Gary R. Habermas. Don’t have alot of time to go back and forth. That will be it.

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