Comparable in style to the best-selling Ologies children’s fantasy book series, Resurrection iWitness brings truth to the highly illustrated genre. This book gives evidence for the resurrection of Jesus Christ by using the easy-to-understand Minimal Facts argument. That means it relies only on the historical facts that almost all biblical scholars (including atheistic, Jewish, and liberal) accept and shows how only the biblical story of the resurrection can account for all these agreed-upon facts.
Across 32 intensively designed pages (16 spreads acting as individual chapters) -- each containing information that is physically nested and must be actively opened to discover -- the reader investigates the story of Christ and weighs the evidence to determine its
Richard G. Swinburne (born 26 December 1934) He is an Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oxford. Over the last 50 years Swinburne has been a very influential proponent of philosophical arguments for the existence of God. His philosophical contributions are primarily in philosophy of religion and philosophy of science. He aroused much discussion with his early work in the philosophy of religion, a trilogy of books consisting of The Coherence of Theism, The Existence of God, and Faith and Reason.
Historical Case for the Crucifixion, Burial, Empty Tomb, Post-Mortem Appearances, and the Origin of the Disciples Belief in a Resurrected Jesus
Most people are unaware that there are good historical grounds for believing in the bodily resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. In fact however, there are a number of notable thinkers today who argue that there is sufficient evidence to show that this miraculous event actually occurred in space-time such that were a person there to film it, they would have live footage of the corps of Jesus of Nazareth coming back to life (i.e. William Lane Craig, Gary Habermas, Stephen Davis, Michael Licona, etc.). The most convincing version of this argument, in my estimation, is that methodology used by William Lane Craig. He formats his case for the resurrection by defending two main contentions:
Discussing the Reliability of the Gospels / Who Jesus Claimed to Be/ & The Historical Case for the Resurrection