The Resurrection: a Critical Inquiry
The Resurrection: A Critical Inquiry is a scholarly work that refutes Jesuss purported physical, bodily resurrection and those writings in support of it. This book is compelling, relevant and current for those readers seeking scholarly refutations of that resurrection. This in-depth work presents the reader with 113 issues. Altogether one hundred twenty contradictions and 217 speculations are examined. Topics include cutting edge research in astronomy, geophysics, criminology and the rules of evidence, the social sciences and cognitive psychology.
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Speculation 17 Why John Would Not Mention the Chief
What Did Jesus Say before He Died?
The Three Hours of Darkness
The Tearing of the Temples Veil
The Resurrected Saints Appearing to Many
The Actions of the Roman Soldiers during
The Actions of Jesuss Followers during the Crucifixion
Speculation 32 The Theological Agenda of John Regarding
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