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Gary Habermas and James Crossley discuss the minimal facts case for the resurrection

James Crossley is my favorite atheist ancient historian, such a straight shooter. He’s on the skeptical left, but he has a no-baloney way of talking that I really like. 1,635 more words


The Minimal Facts Apologetic to Jesus’ Resurrection (short).

This is an article I penned for the Cornerstone Institute newsletter that requires one to work with a word limit of 700 or less. In this way I had to remain very brief in several key areas which would, undermine normal circumstances, require further elaboration. 733 more words

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Were The Disciples Mistaken About The Death Of Jesus?

The bodily resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth from the dead is the crowning proof of the truth of Christianity. As the apostle Paul says in 1 Corinthians 15:17 “ 445 more words


Winner Announcement: The Case for the Resurrection Giveaway

The winner of The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus is … Mary M!

Mary, please contact me by email steakandabible AT gmail.com or through my… 24 more words


Bible study: Was the resurrection body of Jesus spiritual or physical?

So, everyone from left to right accepts the early creed in 1 Corinthians 15:3-7 being dated to 1-3 years after the death of Jesus, even atheists like Crossley, Ludemann and Crossan. 1,447 more words


The Resurrection as History

It might surprise you to know that most atheist or skeptical scholars and academics “believe” in Jesus Christ. A short list would include the late British philosopher Bertrand Russell (d. 705 more words

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Book Recommendation: The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus by Habermas and Licona

The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus by Gary Habermas and Michael Licona presents a minimal-facts argument for the historicity of the resurrection. It is written at a level accessible to those not familiar with the subject but also provides enough information to be of use to others. 111 more words