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eBook Ancient Evidence for the Life of Jesus: Historical Records of His Death and Resurrection (The Verdict of History: Conclusive Evidence for the Life of Jesus) download ISBN: 0840759193
Author: Gary R Habermas
Publisher: T. Nelson (1988)
Language: English
Pages: 187
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The Historical Jesus: Ancient Evidence for the Life of Christ. Gary Habermas does a good job of providing extant evidence supporting the life of Jesus. In our 'show me' culture, this is a handy reference to help 'show' those who desire additional proofs.

The Historical Jesus: Ancient Evidence for the Life of Christ. The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus. The Risen Jesus and Future Hope. Beyond Death: Exploring the Evidence for Immortality.

Archaeological evidence of Jesus does not exist. The most detailed record of the life and death of Jesus comes from the four Gospels and other New Testament writings. There is no definitive physical or archaeological evidence of the existence of Jesus. There’s nothing conclusive, nor would I expect there to be, Mykytiuk says. While some disputed the existence of ancient Nazareth, his biblical childhood home town, archaeologists have unearthed a rock-hewn courtyard house along with tombs and a cistern. They have also found physical evidence of Roman crucifixions such as that of Jesus described in the New Testament.

Ancient Evidence for the Life of Jesus: Historical Records of His Death and Resurrection (Thomas Nelson .

Ancient Evidence for the Life of Jesus: Historical Records of His Death and Resurrection (Thomas Nelson, 1984); retitled, The Verdict of History: Conclusive Evidence for the Life of Jesus, 1988. Moreland (Zondervan, 1995).

The historical evidence for Jesus of Nazareth is both long-established and widespread. In a recent book, the French philosopher Michel Onfray talks of Jesus as a mere hypothesis, his existence as an idea rather than as a historical figure

The historical evidence for Jesus of Nazareth is both long-established and widespread. Within a few decades of his supposed lifetime, he is mentioned by Jewish and Roman historians, as well as by dozens of Christian writings. Compare that with, for example, King Arthur, who supposedly lived around AD500. In a recent book, the French philosopher Michel Onfray talks of Jesus as a mere hypothesis, his existence as an idea rather than as a historical figure. About 10 years ago, The Jesus Project was set up in the US; one of its main questions for discussion was that of whether or not Jesus existed.

The verdict of history. Original publication date.

No current Talk conversations about this book. The verdict of history.

The Resurrection Appearances. Next, there is the evidence that Jesus' disciples had real experiences with one whom they believed was the risen Christ. This is not commonly disputed today because we have the testimony of the original disciples themselves that they saw Jesus alive again. And you don't need to believe in the reliability of the gospels to believe this. In 1 Corinthians 15:3-8, Paul records an ancient creed concerning Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection appearances that is much earlier than the letter in which Paul is recording it

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Scholar Gary Habermas has written that five historical facts about Christ have never been disputed as being true about Jesus Christ: His earthly life as a man, His ministry on earth, His crucifixion, His death, and His resurrection by the hundreds of eye witnesses who saw Him after Hi. .

Scholar Gary Habermas has written that five historical facts about Christ have never been disputed as being true about Jesus Christ: His earthly life as a man, His ministry on earth, His crucifixion, His death, and His resurrection by the hundreds of eye witnesses who saw Him after His resurrection (Luke 24, Mark 16, John 20, Matt 28, Act 1:3-4, 2: 31-32, 9:3, 17, I Cor 15:4-8, 9:1, II Pet 1:16, et. Perhaps the most famous of all Jewish Historians, Flavius Josephus, who was not a believer, wrote Jewish historical annals for the Roman Empire

Ancient Evidence for the Life of Jesus: Historical Records of his Death and Resurrection (Thomas Nelson, 1984). The Resurrection of Jesus: An Apologetic (Baker, 1980; University Press of America, 1984). Chapter 9. Chapter 10.

Comments: (4)
sunrise bird
This book kicked into high gear when I started Part II. I could not put it down because there were so many non-biblical references to Christ that I was amazed why anyone would doubt that he existed. These were not vague references but facts and well sourced documents by people like Tacitus and Josephus and many others who we all take for granted as being credible. I'll admit the price is high but you will come away from this book with total satisfaction that Christ was the Son of God and the bible was mentioned only in passing. Lee Strobel, author of "the Case for Christ" which was recently made into movie, recommended this book his tip was outstanding.

Chuck Riess
Ironrunner
Terrific. Well researched and readable. Highly recommended for study. Not dry or boring and useful for the entire family.
Arryar
Gary Habermas does a good job of providing extant evidence supporting the life of Jesus. In our 'show me' culture, this is a handy reference to help 'show' those who desire additional proofs.
Doomwarden
I haven't had a chance to read the entire book but from what I have read it is very informative and useful for my purposes.
It gives an honest look at the integrety of all sources, pro and con, in regards to the historical data available on the existence of Jesus Christ.