The two books you should read for a response to Craig et al on the resurrection

After long resisting the idea, I’m now considering republishing my first book (a response to evangelical apologists who claim the resurrection can be proven with historical evidence) as an ebook. However, it will take some work to set up, so what should you read in the mean time?

I’m going to recommend two books: Bart Ehrman’s Jesus, Interrupted and Kris D. Komarnitsky’s Doubting Jesus’ Resurrection: What Happened in the Black Box? Ehrman doesn’t do much in the way of directly confronting the evangelical apologists, but he gives you the basics of Biblical scholarship. Komarnitsky’s book is the other way around. I think both are important, which is why I think my book will be the best sing book out there in this niche once it’s out again… but you won’t go wrong with those two.

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