People commonly misunderstand the nature of resurrection. It is not simply rising from the dead, reincarnation, resuscitation, or translation of the soul.
Did Jesus die on the cross, be buried in the tomb, but his disciples steal his body? This video is part of the class I teach In Defense of the Resurrection.
What is the earliest and best source for the Resurrection of Jesus? Sean discusses the creed in 1 Corinthians that mentions the death, burial, and appearances.
How has the state of Resurrection research changed in recent decades? This video is part of the grad class I teach at Talbot School of Theology.
Aren't the miracles of Jesus random, flippant, and borrowed from other sources? Sean looks closely at the Gospels and concludes that this objection fails.
The character of Jesus is utterly unique. Some argue he is a myth, but in his latest book, Gilson argues his character is too unique and consistent to be false.
What does the latest evidence show about the resurrection of Jesus? How are naturalistic alternatives faring? Sean interviews professor Loke about his new book.
Two new books have come out defending the resurrection of Jesus as an event in history. Sean briefly reviews (and suggests) them!
How do the historical sources compare for Buddha and Jesus? Sean compares and contrasts the available historical evidence for the two founders.
Amazingly, few people truly understand Jesus from within his eastern culture. I interview former Muslim Abdu Murray about his new book with Ravi Zacharias.