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Did the Resurrection of Jesus Really Happen? (Podcast)

In this podcast, J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Dr. Frank Turek and discusses the evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus. Are there good reasons to believe the Resurrection really occurred? Why is the Resurrection of Jesus the most reasonable inference from the evidence? For more great episodes of Frank …

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Did the Disciples Hallucinate the Resurrection Appearances of Jesus? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace responds to a common objection to the Resurrection of Jesus: The disciples of Jesus, based on their despair and desire to see Jesus after His execution, simply hallucinated their visions of His resurrection. Is it reasonable to believe that the Resurrection appearances were delusional visions? J. Warner …

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Did the Disciples Conspire to Lie about the Resurrection? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace responds to a common objection to the Resurrection of Jesus: The disciples of Jesus lied about the resurrection. Is it reasonable to believe that the disciples conspired to invent the story of the resurrection? J. Warner examines five attributes of successful conspiracies to see if any of …

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Are There Good Reasons to Believe in the Resurrection? (Podcast)

In this audio recorded at Brentwood Academy, J. Warner teaches students about “abductive reasoning” and applies this form of thinking to the case of the Resurrection of Jesus. J. Warner offers seven possible explanations for the evidence surrounding the Resurrection, and then briefly investigates four of these explanations to see …

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Rapid Response: “I Think the Disciples Lied About the Resurrection”

In our Rapid Response series, we tackle common concerns about (and objections to) the Christian worldview by providing short, conversational responses. These posts are designed to model what our answers might look like in a one-on-one setting, while talking to a friend or family member. Imagine if someone said, “I …

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Investigating Easter: Were The Disciples Accurately Reporting the Resurrection of Jesus?

I’ve investigated a number of cold-case homicides over the years, and these cases eventually ended up in front of a jury. As I’ve watched prosecutors and defense attorneys make their respective cases, I’ve noticed something important: every case has both strengths and weaknesses. When I began to examine the claims …

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A Key Reason Skeptics Reject the Resurrection (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #61)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner Wallace examines the case for the Resurrection of Jesus using “abductive reasoning” to determine the most reasonable explanation for the first century evidence described in the New Testament. Is the Resurrection reasonable, and if so, what keeps everyone from accepting …

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Investigating Easter: Is The Resurrection A Late Legend?

I didn’t become a Christian until the age of thirty-five. For most of my life, I rejected the Resurrection of Jesus as a mythological fairy-tale. Of the many ways unbelievers sometimes try to explain the gospel accounts of the Resurrection, believed they were little more than late legends. I didn’t …

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Investigating Easter: Did the Disciples Imagine the Resurrection?

In the many centuries since the disciples of Jesus reportedly observed the risen Christ, critics of Christianity have challenged the supernatural claim of the Resurrection. Some skeptics believe the disciples, as a result of their intense grief and sorrow, only imagined seeing Jesus alive after His death on the cross. …

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