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Ideas have consequences, sometimes far-reaching and world-changing. The Christian faith contains many volatile truths that challenged--and continue to challenge--the cultural and religious status quo of the world. None of these have been so world-changing as the assertion that Christ was raised from the dead.

In a world where Christian belief and practice are increasingly u
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Kindle Edition, 45 pages
Published May 1st 2013 by Baker Books
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Todd Wilhelm
Sep 10, 2014 Todd Wilhelm rated it liked it
"The idea that Jesus truly did rise from the dead is indeed the most dangerous idea on Earth, for it tells us that not all dead men stay dead. Given the inevitability of death, this truth is the greatest news that mortal human beings could ever hope to hear."

That's it, now you don't need to read the book. The author deals with common theories advanced to explain away the resurrection of Jesus Christ. They are dealt with much more thoroughly in books of greater length and depth, but if you want a
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Dec 15, 2014 Rick Dugan rated it really liked it
A short, concise summary of historic evidence for the resurrection of Christ. Useful for those who don't have time to read more comprehensive books on the subject, and presented in such a way as to demonstrate the centrality of the resurrection for all of Christian hope and action. An easy read about a dangerous subject.
Paul Halbeck
Compelling arguments made to reveal the truth

addresses the death and burial of Jesus Christ. dispelling false arguments. The book is a quick read and points to the Truth the Way and the life.
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A simplified, yet concise argument for the resurrection of Jesus. A lot of important references to current scholars and experts in the field. Very accessible and readable. Recommended for a quick crash course through this vital area in apologetics
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A concise summary of the author's scholarship and worldview on Christianity. Well-written and clearly presented.
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Kenneth Richard Samples began voraciously studying Christian philosophy and theology when his thirst for purpose found relief in the Bible. He earned his undergraduate degree in philosophy and social science from Concordia University and his MA in theological studies from Talbot School of Theology. For seven years, Kenneth worked as Senior Research Consultant and Correspondence Editor at the ...more
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