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The only book needed for your library on the Resurrection!,
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This review is from: The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus (Paperback)I've had this book for a year or two now and the more I go back to it the more I realise what a truly excellent volume this is. The authors set out a Minimal facts approach to defending the resurrection, what this means is that they are appealing to 5 historical points that even the most liberal of scholars would agree with. This is used as the basis for their argument that the resurrection was a historical event.
Each chapter is well written and will be a super resource for either the christian looking for clarity on this subject or for the seeker and skeptic. The appendix is excellent and provides a summary of the evidence provided and draws on writings from historians and other church writings around the 1st/2nd centuries.
Well worth the money and you also get a free CD resource which is excellent aswell.
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Initial post: 19 Apr 2009 08:54:59 BDT
Mr. D. J. Warden says:
D J Rodger should not limit himself to one book on the resurrection. Have a look at The Empty Tomb by Robert M Price which puts the other point of view.
In reply to an earlier post on 1 May 2009 12:37:41 BDT
Thanks, yeah I have n't read Price but I've read pieces where his views have been critiqued such as in Reasonable Faith by Will Lane Craig. However I'll have a look at some of his books, although I would say im pretty convinced when it comes to the resurrection.
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