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In defense of the Resurrection

Norman L. Geisler

In defense of the Resurrection

by Norman L. Geisler

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Published by Quest Publications in Lynchburg, Va. (Box 4619, Lynchburg 24502) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Resurrection.,
  • Jesus Christ -- Person and offices.,
  • Jesus Christ -- Historicity.,
  • Harris, Murray.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNorman L. Geisler.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT481 .G45 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 131 p. ;
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1631656M
    LC Control Number91180768

    Discover why everything hinges on the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Dr. Gary Habermas, Distinguished Research Professor, Liberty University & Theological Seminary, wrote the following about In Defense of Easter: Challenges to Jesus’ Resurrection are frequently made on . The Hope of Israel is a masterful work that explores the centrality and significance of Christ’s resurrection in the book of Acts. Brandon Crowe, associate professor of New Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary, has already contributed significantly to biblical scholarship with several earlier books, including The Last Adam: A Theology of the Obedient Life of Jesus in the Gospels.

    The Ultimate Defense of the Resurrection of Christ by 6 Scholars Bock, Licona, Habermas and more. Some of the best biblical scholars, philosophers, theologians, and apologists of the Christian faith come together to defend the most important event in all of history. The books of the New Testament were written early enough that eyewitnesses could have still contradicted them, and those books at times reveal oral traditions (in the form of early creeds, songs, or sayings) that show the church's belief in the resurrection to be even older.

    Resurrection or anastasis is the concept of coming back to life after a number of religions, a dying-and-rising god is a deity which dies and resurrects. Reincarnation is a similar process hypothesized by other religions, which involves the same person or deity coming back to live in a different body, rather than the same one.. The resurrection of the dead is a standard eschatological.   The evidence for the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth is compelling. This article will explore the best arguments in defense of the resurrection of Christ. The best arguments are derived from the best evidence, and the best evidence is the direct evidence, namely the empty tomb, the eyewitness accounts, and the conversion of Saul of Tarsus.


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In defense of the Resurrection by Norman L. Geisler Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Personal Defense of the Resurrection. Lessons learned from resurrection scholarship can be put to use in the service of personal apologetics. So I now turn to the way I practice personal defense of the resurrection. Even when unbelievers I speak with have not read Bart Ehrman type books, they likely are influenced by these kinds of ideas.

In Defense of Easter is a biblical and timely apologetic resource that teaches readers: How history and archaeology support the Resurrection - Why skeptical explanations come up short - How the Resurrection provides hope and comfort - Whether Easter is a pagan holiday/5(10).

In Defense of the Resurrection Paperback – January 1, by Norman L. Geisler (Author) › Visit Amazon's Norman L. Geisler Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Norman L Author: Norman L. Geisler. An enlightening follow-up to the bestselling book The Case for Christ, In Defense of Jesus follows award-winning journalist Lee Strobel as he explores the most explosive arguments against the identity of Christ as the Messiah.

The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus Gary R. Habermas. out of 5 stars Paperback/5(34). Learn how to defend the Resurrection.

In this interview, Roger Patterson, writer, editor, and author with Answers in Genesis, discusses the historicity of the Resurrection with Tim Chaffey, our resident expert on the Resurrection and author of In Defense of informative interview will equip you with answers to the most common objections and excite you to proclaim Christ’s Author: Avery Foley.

In The Resurrection of Jesus, Dr. Licona presents a robust case for the resurrection of Jesus. His account is as thorough as it could be. Licona presents the reader with a methodology for how we can know history, all the while confronting opposing views with charity and clarity (e.g.

postmodern views of history).Cited by:   New books and television media regularly appear questioning the truth of the resurrection, re-hashing old theories about what happened to Jesus’ body.

Since the resurrection is crucial to Christianity, Christians ought to be able to give answers to the inevitable questions about the truth of the resurrection.

The Resurrection of the Son of God (Christian Origins and the Question of God, Vol. 3) N.T. Wright. Want a challenge. How about this page treasure by N.T. Wright. In the book, There is a God, former atheist philosopher Anthony Flew said this guy presented the best defense of Christianity he’d ever read.

Wright asks the question, why did. The book that started the controversy was Murray Harris’s book Raised Immortal (). Norman Geisler wrote The Battle for the Resurrection () in response to Harris’ book.

Harris responded with another book, From Grave to Glory (). InGeisler published In Defense of the Resurrection as a response to Harris. Paul was so certain that the Resurrection, like all other events, took place on the stage of world history that he confidently adduced proofs of its historicity (1 Cor.

–11). In Defense of Easter book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Without the Resurrection, there is no hope. We would still be in our /5. In Defense of the Resurrection (Norman L. Geisler, ) The Disciples’ Inspection of the Empty Tomb (William Lane Craig, ) Evidence for the Resurrection (Josh McDowell, ).

Grand Rapids: Kregel, Two of the leading scholars on the Resurrection teamed up to produce this readable, solid defense of its historicity. The most “user-friendly” defense of the resurrection of Jesus (written as an apologetic manual for Christians); includes a CD with games to help learn the content of the book.

Licona, Michael R. In In Defense of the Resurrection, Norman Geisler brings intellectual acumen to address skeptics. He confronts the issue directly, examining critique in light of history, theology, and the words of Scripture itself. Geisler is the author or co-author of over 80 books, including the books in the Norman L.

Geisler Collection, The Norman L. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

In Defense of Easter is a biblical and timely apologetic resource that teaches readers: How history and archaeology support the Resurrection - Why skeptical explanations come up short - How the Resurrection provides hope and comfort - Whether Easter is a pagan holiday Equip yourself to answer today's skeptical challenges and strengthen your Pages: In Defense of Easter is a biblical and timely apologetic resource that teaches readers: How history and archaeology support the Resurrection; Why skeptical explanations come up short; How the Resurrection provides hope and comfort; Whether Easter is a pagan holiday.

THE BOOK OF THE RESURRECTION OF CHRIST BY BARTHOLOMEW THE APOSTLE Introduction: This exists in Coptic only. There are several recessions of it: the most complete is in a manuscript recently acquired by the British Museum (Or. ), and translated first by W. Crum (Rustafjaell's light of Egypt, ) and then edited.

Did Jesus rise from the dead. The question is one on which the truth of the Christian faith turns (1 Cor. 15). If Jesus did not rise, you may as well close down your church In this volume, prominent Internet apologist James Patrick Holding and a team of Christian authors provide a series of essays defending the Resurrection as a historical event, taking on criticisms from/5(2).

But Paul’s belief in a general resurrection of the dead is now preceded and made possible by the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In agricultural terms, Christ’s resurrection is the “first fruit” brought in from the harvest with the certain expectation that more of the same kind will follow later.

Such certainty is achieved by only one man. Did Jesus rise from the dead? The question is one on which the truth of the Christian faith turns (1 Cor. 15).

If Jesus did not rise, you may as well close down your church! In this volume, prominent Internet apologist James Patrick Holding and a team of Christian authors provide a series of essays defending the Resurrection as a historical event, taking on criticisms from every angle - from 1/5(1).

Don't waste your time battling with skeptics over ancillary issues. Take them directly to the resurrection of Christ. Read this book and become a better witness than you've ever been." (Hunter Baker, Mere Comments (), J ) "The final section of the book is, in my opinion, the best chapter of s: Thus the Book of Mormon not only addresses the doctrinal issues of the Resurrection, but it also includes an extended experience with the physically glorified, resurrected Lord.

In the book 3 Nephi, commencing with chapter 11 and concluding with chap this sacred text chronicles the Nephite ministry of the resurrected Christ.