“Christ’s resurrection was a witnessed fact, not a later fantasy”



The tomb was definitely empty.
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As a matter of fact, my lectures for BYU Education Week in August will set forth somewhat detailed arguments for the historical plausibility of Christ’s resurrection.  I received approval for this topic just a few days ago.


I had hoped to have been fairly far along in my preparations for those four lectures, but . . .  well, things haven’t been going as smoothly as I had expected.  However, there’s still time, I think.


Posted from Miami, Florida

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