Is not an option for Christians. Of course not. Despite the fact that there are plenty who, in the wake of emerging challenges to the Christian universe, have tried to rethink this simple truth of the Christian Faith, it remains a non-negotiable. At least for Christian identity. And this is from that favorite liberal hippy of the Church that the media loves to love, Pope Francis.
To the non-believer, I understand that this seems like believing in Fairy Tales, or Greek Mythology, or quality Reality Television. But John C. Wright, former non-believer himself, explains how us secular types can eventually come around and realize that belief in the bodily Resurrection isn’t blind faith, but instead is a reasonable belief.