The Logic of the Resurrection – Index

 
The Logic of the Resurrection – Part 1
Different assumptions about the existence of God have different implications concerning the resurrection.
The Logic of the Resurrection – Part 2
As Richard Swinburne has pointed out, a complete case for the resurrection must be a three-legged stool, resting upon general background evidence, prior historical evidence, and posterior historical evidence.
The Logic of the Resurrection – Part 3
The logic of the resurrection apologetic is summarized in an argument diagram.
The Logic of the Resurrection – Part 4
In “Why Resurrect Jesus?” Theodore Drange is looking in the right direction, asking the right questions, and taking the right approach to the resurrection of Jesus.
The Logic of the Resurrection – Part 5
In order to make a rational case for the resurrection of Jesus, one must establish God’s primary purpose(s) or motive(s) concerning humans.
The Logic of the Resurrection – Part 6
Drange shows that the resurrection of Jesus is neither a necessary condition nor a sufficient condition for the claim that Jesus is the divine Son of God.  I suggest that (JRD) is logically related to (JSG) as a premise of a key argument for (JSG).
The Logic of the Resurrection – Part 7
There is no reasonable or plausible way for Christian apologists to provide solid evidence about the motivations and purposes of God concerning human beings.  If I am correct about this, then there is no way for Christian apologists to show that “God raised Jesus from the dead.”
 
A Related Series of Posts about the Prior Historical Evidence part of the case for (GRJ):
Jesus: True Prophet or False Prophet? – Part 1
Jesus: True Prophet or False Prophet? – Part 2
Jesus: True Prophet or False Prophet? – Part 3
 

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