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The Resurrection Fact by John J. Bombaro
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I have read many books on the resurrection, and this one was by far the most specific. What do I mean by that? Well, rarely does one find a book that addresses just one critic's views of the resurrection, but this book does that. There are lots of books on my shelves that contain collections of essays about Christianity, from Contending with Christianities Critics to Come Let us Reason and many more. But this book was even more specific in that each author addressed a specific critic and his/her specific work. Authors such as Bart Ehrman, John Dominic Crossan, Michael Martin, Matthew McCormick, etc. Now don't get me wrong, these chapters are very good, but they may not hit the mainstream apologetics audience that some of the other books I have read do. Highly recommended if you have read any of these critics, and a good high quality work.
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