Matthew Ferguson: History, Probability, and Miracles (2013)

Matthew Ferguson: History, Probability, and Miracles (2013) November 26, 2014

Historian Matthew Ferguson uses Bayes’ Theorem to analyze the historicity of miracle claims. Among other things, Ferguson compares the historical evidence for a purported miracle by Vespasian to the historical evidence for the purported resurrection of Jesus.


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