Monday, August 26, 2013

The Empty Tomb: Jesus Beyond The Grave - Robert M. Price & Jeffery Jay Lowder

Collection of essays by skeptical scholars such as Michael Martin, Richard Carrier.

Did the Resurrection actually take place? This is the central question that Price (editor, Journal of Higher Criticism ) and Lowder (cofounder, Internet Infidels) pose in their essay collection. Written in response to recent works by Wolfhart Pannenberg, William Lane Craig, Murray J. Harris, and others who offered a defense of the Resurrection on historical and logical grounds, the essays probe the following: What is the most reasonable way to understand the appearance stories? Why would a God resurrect Jesus? Is the Resurrection theologically necessary? Is there enough historical evidence to make the Resurrection plausible or convincing? Did the "Empty Tomb" really take place?

To such questions, the answer is in the negative or is rendered in a nontheistic manner. Interestingly, contributors include not only philosophers, historians, and major nontheists but also New Testament scholars who view the Resurrection as a later church development. Well argued and well written, the essays are certain to stimulate further insight and reflection for both theists and nontheists. As Price states in the introduction, the book contains "important issues of interest equally to traditional believers, skeptics, and critical theologians." Amazon

File size: 9 MB
Format: epub/mobi

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Anonymous said...

Hope you've been ok :)

BlindW@cher said...

I'm back after a little break! ;)

Anonymous said...

Good to know you're back!

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