The Resurrection of Jesus – The Historical Evidence; Origins of the Belief. (Apologetics from Inspiring Philosophy)

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1. The Resurrection of Jesus

(Introduction)

This begins a long series on the historical case for the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Before we get to the evidence we need to explain the overall goals and philosophy in order to avoid later possible straw man arguments.
Sources:

  • Did the Resurrection Happen? – Gary Habermas & Antony Flew
  • The Resurrection of Jesus – Mike Licona
  • Historiographical Counterfactuals and Historical Contingency – Aviezer Tucker
  • Historians’ Fallacies – D. H. Fischer

2. The Resurrection of Jesus

(The Historical Evidence)

This video is the core of the resurrection argument and goes over most of the historical data.

1st Note – This way of arguing for the resurrection was adopted from philosopher Tim McGrew and expanded on.
2nd Note – I am using the term „theory” loosely, not in a strict scientific sense, but in a loose sense to simply mean an idea of what possibly happened in the past.
Sources:

  • Mike Licona – The Resurrection of Jesus
  • Gary Habermas and Mike Licona – The Case for the Resurrection of Jesushttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHofT…
  • Gerd Ludemann – The Resurrection of Christ
  • JP Holding – Defending the Resurrection
  • N. T. Wright – The Resurrection of the Son of God
    N. T. Wright – There is a God
  • Antony Flew and Gary Habermas – Did the Resurrection Happen?
  • John Dominic Crossan – Jesus: A Revolutionary Biography
  • E.P. Sanders – Jesus and Judaism
    E.P. Sanders – The Historical Figure of Jesus
  • Bart Ehrman – The New Testament: A Historical Introduction to the early Christian Writings
  • William Lane Craig – Jesus’ Resurrection: Fact or Figment?
    William Lane Craig – Reasonable Faith
  • Geza Vermes – The Resurrection
  • Richard Bauckham – Jesus and the Eyewitnesses
  • Gerald O’Collins – What are They Saying About the Resurrection?
  • Andre Aleman and Frank Laroi – Hallucinations
  • C. H. Dodd – Apostolic Preaching and its Developments
  • J Warner Wallace – Cold Case Christianity
  • R. K. Siegel and L. J. West – Hallucinations
  • Leonard Zusne and Warren H. Jones – Anomalistic Psychology: A Study of Extraordinary Phenomena of Behavior and Experience
  • Walter Bauer – Crucifixion
  • David A. deSilva – Honor, Patronage, Kinship, & Purity
  • Origen – Contra Celsum
  • Justin Martyr – Apology
  • Josephus – Antiquities
  • Richard Bauckham – Gospel Women
  • Tacitus – Annals
  • James Saurin – Sermons of the Rev. James Saurin
  • Jacob Kremer – Die Osterevangelien
  • Dale Allison – Resurrection Jesus
  • Behan McCullagh – Justifying Historical Description
  • Egil Forland – Acts of God?

3. The Resurrection of Jesus

(Origins of the Belief)

An important piece of data to remember is the where did the belief in the resurrection come from and can naturalistic explanations account for it. Many skeptical scholars insist it was developed from the surrounding culture, but this video challenges that.

Sources:

  • N. T. Wright – The Resurrection of the Son of God
  • Mike Licona – The Resurrection of Jesus
  • Gary Habermas and Mike Licona – The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus
  • JP Holding – Defending the Resurrection
  • Antony Flew and Gary Habermas – Did the Resurrection Happen?
  • E.P. Sanders – Jesus and Judaism
    E.P. Sanders – The Historical Figure of Jesus
  • Richard Bauckham – Jesus and the Eyewitnesses
  • J Warner Wallace – Cold Case Christianity
  • David A. deSilva – Honor, Patronage, Kinship, & Purity
  • Origen – Contra Celsum
  • Justin Martyr – Apology
  • Josephus – Antiquities
  • Richard Bauckham – Gospel Women
  • Tacitus – Annals
  • James Saurin – Sermons of the Rev. James Saurin
  • Jacob Kremer – Die Osterevangelien

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