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The Case for Christ Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Evidence of Appearances Summary

Lee Strobel
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The Evidence of Appearances Summary and Analysis

Strobel looks at the evidence regarding the resurrection, because a missing body does not necessarily mean that Jesus rose from the dead. For this aspect of expert testimony, Strobel visits Gary Habermas who is a master debater regarding the resurrection of Christ which he bases on historical evidence. He holds a doctorate from Methodist Southern University where his dissertation was written on the Resurrection. Other credentials include his degree from Emmanuel College in Oxford, England and the numerous books he has authored including: The Resurrection of Jesus: A Rational Inquiry; The Resurrection of Jesus: An Apologetic; This Historical Jesus; and Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? and others.

Strobel's first question to this witness addresses the fact that there are no eyewitnesses to Jesus' resurrection. Habermas affirms that fact. No one was in the tomb to witness the resurrection...

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