Jesus and the Resurrection around the Blogosphere

Crypto-Theology asks whom Paul was referring to in 1 Corinthians 15, when he said some deny the resurrection of the dead. N. T. Wrong continues surveying the topic of visions of the resurrection. Phil Harland offers Jesus’ baptism by John as an event with a high probability of being historical. All those posts should be included in the next Biblical Studies Carnival, which will be at Metacatholic.

Chris Brady doesn’t ultimately answer the question of animals having an afterlife, but he does share a fake but still funny church sign dialogue on the subject.

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