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The Case for Christ Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Evidence of the Missing Body Summary

Lee Strobel
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The Evidence of the Missing Body Summary and Analysis

The empty tomb, a symbol of Jesus' resurrection, provides further evidence supporting his claim to be God, and offers the promise of resurrection to his followers. For various reasons, skeptics try to say Jesus did not rise from the dead and that the tomb is not empty, so Strobel visits William Craig who is a master debater who holds a master of arts degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity school as well as a doctorate in philosophy. He is also an internationally known author of several books including: Reasonable Faith; No Easy Answers; Knowing the Truth about the Resurrection and others. His specialty is writing about the intersection of science, philosophy and theology. Strobel goes to him as his expert witness regarding the evidence of the missing body.

The questions Strobel raise deal with theories skeptics...

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