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Vendor: Rose Publishing
Publication Date: 2004
Evidence for the Resurrection - Answers to Skeptics Questions
People have been asking questions about Jesus ever since He left the earth -Was Jesus a real person? Is there legitimate evidence that he rose from the dead? Can the witnesses to his life and resurrection be trusted? Evidence for the Resurrection answers questions and presents historical, archaeological, and cultural proofs to those who don't believe. This short pamphlet, which can be read in half an hour, presents evidence that has convinced critics over the years and will equip you to with the right information when you talk to people who questions the resurrection story.
Evidence for the Resurrection opens with the question, What is the Resurrection? and looks at the events that happened on the first Easter morning. Evidence for the Resurrection then addresses 11 common objections held by skeptics. The objections include:
- Jesus was a mythological figure
- Jesus was just a man
- Jesus' followers made it all up
- The witnesses were unreliable
- The physical resurrection of Jesus was not that important to the early Church
- The New Testament is not reliable
- The resurrection is not important
People who question the resurrection will also say:
- The eyewitnesses hallucinated
- Jesus did not die on the cross
- Jesus' body was stolen
- Everyone went to the wrong tomb
For each objection and theory, Evidence for the Resurrection provides an answer from eyewitnesses who wrote the Scriptures, historical Church documents, and ancient archaeology records. The evidence in this short pamphlet provides answers to skeptics' questions and will cause long-time believers to celebrate the glory of the resurrection. Additional references are also provided.
The pamphlet's Closing Statements, provides additional evidence that Jesus lived, died, and was resurrected from the dead, evidence that caused about 3,000 people who heard the story 50 days after Jesus' resurrection to believe and be baptized. Evidence for the Resurrection is perfect for Easter, Resurrection Sunday, discipleship, new members, confirmation, and outreach.