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10 thoughts on “The Case For The Resurrection Of Jesus

  1. says:

    This is the most comprehensive case for the resurrection I have found Historian philosopher and professor Gary Habermas along with his coauthor also a historian make the case for the resurrection using minimal facts or rather facts that an overwhelming majority of critical scholars accept and peer reviewed academic data Using these facts he shows us that the resurrection is the best explanation for the appearances of Jesus to the apostles Never once does Habermas appeal to the authority of the Bible to build his argument This book really solidified by faith and I do like the approach they chose I do hope Habermas gets to debate Bart Ehrman someday


  2. says:

    Good book that discusses the minimal facts and evidences related to the resurrection I also discuss this topic in my book “Cold Case Christianity” Chapter 2 Learn How to “Infer”Cold Case Christianity A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels


  3. says:

    Michael Licona and Gary Habermas have written a very careful and informative historical approach at proving with relative historical certainty that Jesus rose from the dead from all the evidence provided What is impressive is that this approach doesn't have to assume biblical inerrency that the bible has no errors Although there are many methods at determining the best and most historically sound answer to Jesus rising from the dead there are 3 points that stood out to me that gave a sound and consistent answer to the reality of the resurrection of Jesus Christ in which I will summarize below Without spending too much time there are certain criterion we have to use when it comes to determining what happened in the past historically Unfortunately we cannot observe things in the past like we can test things in the science lab presently We have to go off of the available evidence and determine what is the most consistent and probable approach to what happened in the past The first method in determining reliable history is Licona's Five Historical Points Off these we can determine what is the most historically certain 1 Multiple Independent Sources 2 Enemy Attestation 3 Embarrassing Admissions 4 Eyewitness Testimony 5 Early Testimony These 5 criteria help determine what is the most reliable history I will spare the great details as to why for I don't have the patients in this short review The second method in determining what probably happened has to do with 3 small but nevertheless powerful additional criterion 1 Explanatory Scope 2 Explanatory Power 3 PlausibilityWith these three criterion we are able to determine what 1 Best covers all the available evidence 2 Is powerful in its soundness and 3 Is the most plausible answerFinally the third available evidence is accepted by most of scholarship From here is where be builds the case from 1 Jesus died by crucifixion 2 Jesus disciples believed he rose from the dead 3 Paul suddenly changed 4 James the brother of Jesus changes from skeptic to believer 5 The empty tombThe five above listed facts once again are at a near consensus by all historians of different flavors This includes Atheist Agnostic Jewish Christian etcWithout getting into all the details of the book each point is elaborated on in chapters given the 5 facts agreed upon in scholarship and the evidence of a creator which he goes into later in the book it is convincing that Jesus rising from the dead is the only plausible explanation given the facts


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    I thought Habermas and Licona did an excellent job in outlining the most convincing arguments for the resurrection as well as responding to the most common rebuttles I've actually been waiting for a book like this but didn't want to sort through the pile to find one that did a good job So thanks to my friend Ryan M for recommending itFor now since I don't have time to provide a full response though I'll be working on one I'll just say thatHabermas and Licona do a good job presenting their 'facts' that1 Jesus died on a cross2 After Jesus' death the disciples believed they saw him3 So did SaulPaul4 Jesus' brother James who previously disbelieved became a believer5 Jesus' tomb was found emptyBut there are reasons why I am not convinced of the supernatural resurrection event reasons that the authors did not address as well as reasons as to why I wouldn't consider the above to be granted as facts and reasons why even if they were granted it would still not necessarily lead to the conclusion of therefore Jesus rose from the dead And that's what I'll get into when I get some timeEdit Okay for now go here Argh and the dreaded rate a book I hate it when I enjoyed the book but wasn't convinced of the intended conclusion I could easily go up to a 4 with this one but won't based solely on that reason


  5. says:

    This book is one of the best books on the historical evidence for Jesus' resurrection that I've read I have been thoroughly trained by it myself you can see the influence of these scholars in my own writing on the subject and I think anyone Christian and non Christian will benefit from this book The book is geared toward the believer with the intent on training him or her to be able to defend their faith when pressed by unbelievers in other words to obey 1 Peter 315 That said I think unbelievers can benefit from this book too hopefully by being converted Licona and Habermas start out by explaining their methodology then they go on to list and defend The Minimal Facts Jesus' death by crucifixion His empty tomb His postmortem appearances to the disciples the conversion of the church persecutor Paul and the conversion of the skeptic James and after that Licona and Habermas spend chapters examining various non supernatural explanations concluding that only the resurrection can best explain the data For the believer the book comes with a CD game called Resurrection Challenge which uizzes the reader to see how much of the information they have retained This is a book on the historicity of Jesus' resurrection that I cannot recommend strongly enough


  6. says:

    This is a must read book for Christians I've read some other apologetics books that touch on the subject of the Resurrection but this book is focused entirely on it I greatly appreciate its 'minimalist facts approach' which presents some powerful evidence for the resurrection that almost all scholars agree upon including skeptical scholars These facts can generally be universally agreed upon by scholars because they do not rely on the inspiration of the Biblical texts There are a few parts that get a little redundant because the answers to some skeptics uestions tend to be the same but its pretty simple to breeze through those sections when you've already got the ideas down Still this is a book to be studied for the most part and not breeze through It's one that I'll read again for sure to get a better grasp of the facts and sourcesI found one mistake that almost got me in trouble already though At one point the authors uote a Nobel Prize winning astronomer Donald Page I loved the uote but couldn't find any evidence that he'd won a Nobel prize of any sort I hope that these are corrected in forthcoming editions


  7. says:

    I just couldn't get into this book I might try it again


  8. says:

    If I had to recommend any two apologetics books for a Christian to read it would be this one and Dr William Lane Craig's On Guard This book does a phenomenal job of teaching you the best argument for the resurrection in my opinion which is based on only facts that the majority of scholars agree on and makes a case based on 4 5 of these solid minimal factsThe book isn't just about giving you the argument and bidding you adieu there's significant time taken on teaching you how to implement what you've learned to have actual conversations with people you know Being that I believe the argument for the resurrection of Jesus is the most important apologetic a believer can have under his belt and that this is the best and simplest one to remember I couldn't recommend it to believers enough Of course I also recommend it to skeptics who want to examine the evidence offered here for an event that if true is the most important one in all of history and to your life


  9. says:

    Circular prices nothing like Strobel’s awful “ the case for Christ “ with bigger words less posturing though as little actual evidence Christ in a box there is no case


  10. says:

    This book is sophistry at its worstIn the introduction the authors state intellectual integrity reuires that we set aside biases to the point that we can recognize them for what they are Then we can ask tough uestions and conduct responsible research Reading the text uickly disproves this red herring Not only does the book present every bit of evidence in a lopsided and biased manner but it explains to the reader how to marshall the arguments in the book to maximize effectiveness against an unwitting conversant There are even certificates of completion which I have never found as a reward for reading a serious bookThe standard of logic is a stark double standard The book is rife with phrases such as the vast majority of scholars agree with X without presenting hard evidence sourcing the claim or identifying the scholars who do not agree Any argument that refutes one of the tenets of the authors' thesis is discarded as not disproving any other tenet and thus falling short Any attempt to refute the entire theory is criticized as being probabilistically unlikely as though probability favors that a human being with siblings and parents was God incarnate and rose from the dead Sorry fellas probability isn't on your side And your argument is pedantic and tediousin his capacity as a scientist or historian he perhaps could not draw the conclusion 'God raised Jesus from the dead' since he is unable to detect God's actions with the tools of his trade Of course this would not prohibit the scientist or historian from believing that God raised Jesus as many of them do Thank you It's a uestion of belief not evidence I'd like to single out for special distaste the idea that every potential miracle must be examined and discarded before we can disallow the supernatural in our lives That's a ridiculous standard and completely contrary to the probability argument offered previously It's not my obligation to spend my life debunking miracles in order to have a consistent philosophytheologyBart Ehrman's answer to this logic is way compelling than this drivel See like this do a disservice to humanity They are exceedingly lucky that there is no afterlife Jesus' message of 2000 years ago falls on their deaf earsI could go on But I've got better things to do This lamely closed minded and predetermined argument undermines the assumption of fact in these ancient texts because assuming so reuires BELIEF in the integrity of the authors that is shockingly lacking here