The Case for Christ - Study Guide The Medical Evidence Summary & Analysis

Lee Strobel
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Strobel's next expert examines medical evidence to determine whether or not Jesus' death was a sham. If it was, then that means the resurrection is a hoax. For this interview, Strobel visits Alexander Metherell. First, Strobel establishes that medical evidence can determine whether or not a victim died of natural causes, can be used to reconstruct a victim's violent death and can scientifically establish the time of death. Medical evidence can also be used to establish the case for Christ who was executed on a Roman cross more than two millennia ago in an effort to thwart the theory that Jesus did not really die on the cross. This idea can be found in the Koran and is known as the "swoon theory." Strobel chooses Alexander Metherell as his forensic medical expert as he makes his case for Christ that proves...

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