Atheists: Can your LOGIC explain the resurrection of Jesus?
Has there ever been another INSTANCE in the history of man where a person rose THREE days after being declared dead? Tell ME, atheists.
- 9 months agoFavorite Answer
logically, to prove or disprove the resurrection of Jesus, one has to debunk scriptures like the bible new testament and the book of mormon, including the LDS book: doctrine and covenants. and then one has to prove all apologetics are true or false. and short of verifying everything that is testified, not until then, one cannot logically come to a conclusion of the whole truth, which is: Jesus is real ! historically. and Jesus is resurrected Like the promise of Ezek 37, and Matt 27:52 describes the event and testifies of it actually happening. but there is also the shroud of Turin, though scientists concluded it was a fraud, there was a secondary science investigation and some interesting testimony followed which rebuked and reproved the first investigation. such as radiation emanation from within the inside of the shroud. and there was actual physic blood type found. these two things make me reconsider whether it was a fraud and a painting, or whether it was a real relic as proof.
- 9 months ago
Jesus had been raised from the dead, and he summarized the evidences for the Corinthians, namely, “that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures; and that he was buried, yes, that he has been raised up the third day according to the Scriptures; and that he appeared to Cephas, then to the twelve.” Then Paul adds: “After that he appeared to upward of five hundred brothers at one time, the most of whom remain to the present, but some have fallen asleep in death. After that he appeared to James, then to all the apostles; but last of all he appeared also to me.”—1 Corinthians 15:3-8.
- 9 months ago
Fascinating, and correct. There is nothing logical about a dead person coming back to life. Dead people stay dead. This is also applies to an apocalyptic rabbi from Galilee who got crucified.
Sorry, it’s true. A theological claim doesn’t trump the natural order of things.
- Anonymous9 months ago
How can they when they don't believe in any god and it was GOD's POWER that raised Him up (Romans 6:4) just like today's Christians don't believe HIS POWER can raised their dead spirits up (Romans 5:21; I Corinthians 15:21-22).
BOTH will end up in the same place in "UNBELIEF" (Revelation 21:8).
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- sk8terboy1963Lv 49 months ago
Nothing to explain there. Never happened. Jesus was most likely just like Moses and Noah. A composite of several different people all lumped into one person with some liberal embellishments thrown in. People don't rise from the dead. Zombies don't exist. By definition magic, the supernatural and deities cannot exist. There you go.
- PaulLv 79 months ago
Well, it is logical of course, but not by mere human logic.
- darkvelvetrainLv 79 months ago
Yes. Dead people cannot be resurrected, hence Jesus was not resurrected. Either that or he was never dead in the first place. Either that or he never existed in the first place and is purely mythical, which would explain why the Romans had no record of him.
- IcedCoffee44Lv 79 months ago
do you ever shut up snowflake???
- SBR32277Lv 79 months ago
I can't tell if you are a troll or not since ignorance and trolling can look the same. Based on how the NT wrote about Jesus and the sources they clearly used, Jesus is a fictional character. The three day thing was taken from paganism, referring to the shortest day in the northern hemisphere (Dec 22) requiring three days (Dec 25) to visibly notice the day getting longer (birth/rebirth of our sun).
- tentofieldLv 79 months ago
Your book says "three days" but Friday afternoon to dawn on Sunday is a day and a half, not three days. There is no evidence at all to support the Bible story. The stories were not written by eye witnesses. Other religions have resurrection stories with as much evidence to support them as the Bible stories. Why do you not accept those?
- runningman022003Lv 79 months ago
You are right. There is no logical way. Didn't happen.