WHERE WE ARE
In the Handbook of Christian Apologetics, Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli attempt to prove the resurrection of Jesus. An important part of their case for the resurrection of Jesus is an attempt to refute some skeptical theories, such as the Swoon Theory. If they FAIL to refute the Swoon Theory, then their case for the resurrection of Jesus also FAILS.
Kreeft and Tacelli raise nine objections against the Swoon Theory, and I have examined four of those objections so far, namely the objections that they based on passages from the Gospel of John. Here are the conclusions I have reached about those four objections:
My conclusion that all four of these objections FAIL to refute the Swoon Theory is argued and explained in a series of 18 posts published here on The Secular Frontier.
MY POSTS ON THESE FOUR OBJECTIONS TO THE SWOON THEORY
INTRODUCTION TO MY EXAMINATION OF THE OBJECTIONS
OBJECTION #2: BREAK THEIR LEGS
OBJECTION #3: BLOOD AND WATER
OBJECTION #4: WINDING SHEETS & ENTOMBMENT
OBJECTION #5: SICKLY JESUS
MORE TO COME
In future posts, I will continue to analyze and evaluate the remaining five objections presented by Kreeft and Tacelli against the Swoon Theory.