Thursday, April 13, 2017

Resurrection Research Links


Articles

5 Ways to Teach Your Children about the Resurrection by Dillon Burroughs

7 Unbiased Facts about Jesus’ Death by Tim Massaro

10 Reasons to Accept the Resurrection of Jesus as an Historical Fact by Brian Chilton
Apologetics Press- The Resurrection of Christ as a Fact of Science

Contemporary Scholars and the Historical Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ by Dr. William Lane Craig

Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? by Mike Licona

Evidence for the Historical Jesus by Gary Habermas [Free E-book]

Evidence for the Resurrection of Christ by Dr. Peter Kreeft

Evidence for the Resurrection by Josh McDowell

Explaining Away Jesus' Resurrection: The Recent Revival of Hallucination Theories by Dr. Gary Habermas

Investigating Easter: Did the Disciples Imagine the Resurrection? by J. Warner Wallace

Investigating Easter: Did The Disciples Lie About the Resurrection? by J. Warner Wallace

Jesus Validates the Bible (not the other way around) by Tim Stratton
Outlining the Historicity of the Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth

The Case for Christ's Resurrection by Dr. Gary Habermas

 The Resurrection as a Historical Problem by N.T. Wright

Audio

Claims of Jesus and Resurrection by Doug Groothuis

Did the Resurrection Happen? (Radio Interview) featuring Dr. Gary Habermas

Evidence for the Resurrection with Mike Licona

Resurrection of Jesus: Interview with Gary Habermas

The Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth by Dr. William Lane Craig

The Minimal Facts Approach by Dr. Gary Habermas

The Resurrection of Jesus by Tim McGrew

Debates

Debate Video: Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? - John Loftus vs. David Wood
Gary Habermas vs. Kenneth Humphreys: Resurrection- Religious Fiction or Historical Fact? (2008)

Michael Licona vs. Richard Carrier Debate: Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? (2010)

William Lane Craig vs. Bart Ehrman: Is there Historical Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus? (2006)

William Lane Craig vs. James Crossley Debate: Was Jesus Bodily Raised from the Dead?

For more debates and outstanding apologetics audio, go here.

Video

Did the Disciples Lie about the Resurrection? by J. Warner Wallace

Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? by Impact360

Investigating the Resurrection by Chad A. Gross

Making a Case for the Resurrection of Jesus by J. Warner Wallace

The Top Ten Myths about the Resurrection featuring Mike Licona [10 video series]

Things Which Ought To Be Better Known about the Resurrection of Jesus by Peter J. Williams

Why the Resurrection is Important (1:30) by Dr. Gary Habermas

Courage and Godspeed,
Chad

Related Links

Craig Keener on Miracles

N.T. Wright on the Resurrection of Jesus

How Many Angels Were at Christ's Tomb?

3 comments:

Kimberly Sue said...

Thank you Chad and team! I am so thankful for your ministry through this blog!

Gary said...

Every time I request the evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus from a Christian blogger or pastor, the first thing they do is refer me to some apologist's book. Dear Christian friend, if it takes an entire book to prove that your first century miracle happened, it most probably didn't.

Open your eyes, friends. You wouldn't read a Mormon apologist's book to decide whether or not to believe Joseph Smith's supernatural claims. You wouldn't read a Muslim apologist's book to decide whether or not to believe Mohammad's supernatural claims. And you wouldn't read a Hindu apologist's book to decide whether or not to believe the supernatural claims of the Hindu gods.

Nope. You would expect the person making the supernatural claim to give you sufficient evidence within a five minute conversation...unless that supernatural claim is YOUR supernatural claim...then you expect us all to read your apologist's book to believe it.

Something's fishy, folks.

Chad said...

Hello Gary,

Thank you for taking the time to comment.

So, if I am understanding you correctly, if someone takes an entire book to make an argument, the argument is most likely false, correct?

I make my case for the resurrection of Jesus here.

Respectfully