The Case for the Resurrection

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1 Sarah R = "If you're interested in this, you might also enjoy these articles: this video:"
2 Sarah R = "I love how he says - If this Gospel is true, this has significant ramifications for my life. Isn't that the truth? C.S. Lewis says, "Now there are a good many things which would not be worth bothering about if I were going to live only 70 years, but which I had better bother about very seriously if I am going to live forever" (Mere Christianity, page 73). "
3 Sarah R = "The historical existence of Jesus and His death have great historical evidence and support. Yet there are still those, believers in the "Christ Myth," who try to claim that Jesus never even lived. The evidence proves otherwise, but this is where "willful ignorance" comes into play. If Jesus never lived, then one doesn't have to worry about the things Jesus said and did, and certainly doesn't have to worry about it effecting their life."
4 Sarah R = "See the creed here:"
5 Sarah R = "In review, the four "E"s for evidence of the resurrection are:Execution: Jesus' death by cross is historical fact, testified by in non-Biblical sources.Early Accounts: We have the gospels and the New Testament letters written from within the lifetime of eyewitnesses.Empty Tomb: No other logical reason for why the tomb was found empty.Eyewitnesses: We have eyewitness accounts of Jesus appearing after His death."