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Resurrection Research From 1975 to the Present: What are Critical Scholars Saying?
An overview of resurrection research in Europe and North America during the last 30 years indicates some expected as well as some surprising trends. This study highlights six of these major researchExpand
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Philosophy and Miracle: The Contemporary Debate
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Skepticism: David Hume
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The Resurrection of Jesus: A Clinical Review of Psychiatric Hypotheses for the Biblical Story of Easter
Jesus’ resurrection to bodily life after death by crucifixion is foundational to orthodox Christianity. The disciples had encounters with Jesus after his crucifixion which caused them to believe heExpand
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Experiences of the Risen Jesus: The Foundational Historical Issue in the Early Proclamation of the Resurrection
Abstract:  That Jesus' disciples experienced what they believed were appearances of the risen Jesus after his death is generally conceded by the critical scholarly community. The nature of theseExpand
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Resurrection Appearances of Jesus as After-Death Communication: Response to Ken Vincent
Abstract: Jesus' resurrection appearances would in some sense comprise after-death messages. But this designation does not necessarily identify them as the sort of after-death communications (ADCs)Expand
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The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus
From the combination of knowledge and actions, someone can improve their skill and ability. It will lead them to live and work much better. This is why, the students, workers, or even employersExpand
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Review: Immortality: The Other Side of Death
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Resurrection Claims in Non-Christian Religions
While Christian beliefs are presumably much more widely known, especially in the Western world, some adherents to the major non-Christian religions also make claims that some of their historicalExpand
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