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Who Moved the Stone? Part 4: Moving a Smaller Square Blocking Stone

The question “Who moved the stone?” is used by Christian apologists to raise an objection against some skeptical theories about the alleged resurrection of Jesus, especially the Swoon Theory (see Objection #7 in Handbook of Christian Apologetics by Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli, p.183-184), but also the Conspiracy Theory, and the Hallucination Theory. In Part Who Moved the Stone? Part 4: Moving a Smaller Square Blocking Stone

Analysis of 14 Objections to the Hallucination Theory

In their Handbook of Christian Apologetics (hereafter: HCA) the Christian philosophers Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli claim to prove the resurrection of Jesus. Their argument can be summarized briefly: 1. There are only four possible skeptical theories about the alleged resurrection of Jesus: Swoon, Hallucination, Conspiracy, and Myth.THEREFORE:2. IF Kreeft and Tacelli have refuted those Analysis of 14 Objections to the Hallucination Theory

Skeptical Theories about the Resurrection of Jesus

In their Handbook of Christian Apologetics (hereafter: HCA) the Christian philosophers Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli claim to prove the resurrection of Jesus. Their argument can be summarized briefly: 1. There are only four possible skeptical theories about the alleged resurrection of Jesus: Swoon, Hallucination, Conspiracy, and Myth.THEREFORE:2. IF Kreeft and Tacelli have refuted those Skeptical Theories about the Resurrection of Jesus

Who Moved the Stone? Part 2: A Circular Stone is EASILY Moved

The question “Who moved the stone?” is used by Christian apologists to raise an objection against some skeptical theories about the alleged resurrection of Jesus, especially the Swoon Theory (see Objection #7 in Handbook of Christian Apologetics by Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli, p.183-184), but also the Conspiracy Theory, and the Hallucination Theory. In this Who Moved the Stone? Part 2: A Circular Stone is EASILY Moved

Interview on Thinking Critically about the Resurrection of Jesus

I am working on a book about the alleged resurrection of Jesus, which is titled Thinking Critically about the Resurrection of Jesus. I have completed a DRAFT of Chapter 1 of the book, and was recently interviewed by the British skeptic Jonathan Pearce, who has himself written a skeptical book on the resurrection (The Resurrection: Interview on Thinking Critically about the Resurrection of Jesus

Who Moved the Stone? Part 1: A Circular Stone

The question “Who moved the stone?” is used by Christian apologists to raise an objection against some skeptical theories about the alleged resurrection of Jesus, especially the Swoon Theory (see Objection #7 in Handbook of Christian Apologetics by Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli, p.183-184), but also the Conspiracy Theory, and the Hallucination Theory. The objection Who Moved the Stone? Part 1: A Circular Stone

Kreeft’s Case for the Divinity of Jesus – Part 19: Premise (24) of the Feeling-Superior Argument

WHERE WE ARE For a brief summary of what has been covered in Part 3 through Part 15 of this series, see the “WHERE WE ARE” section at the beginning of Part 16 of this series. In Part 16 of this series, I argued that Kreeft and Tacelli’s first argument against Jesus being a lunatic Kreeft’s Case for the Divinity of Jesus – Part 19: Premise (24) of the Feeling-Superior Argument

Kreeft’s Case for the Divinity of Jesus – Part 18: Evaluation of the 2nd Point Against Jesus being a Lunatic

WHERE WE ARE For a brief summary of what has been covered in Part 3 through Part 15 of this series, see the “WHERE WE ARE” section at the beginning of Part 16 of this series. In Part 16 of this series, I argued that Kreeft and Tacelli’s first argument against Jesus being a lunatic Kreeft’s Case for the Divinity of Jesus – Part 18: Evaluation of the 2nd Point Against Jesus being a Lunatic

Kreeft’s Case for the Divinity of Jesus – Part 17: The 2nd Argument Against Jesus being a Lunatic

WHERE WE ARE For a brief summary of what has been covered in Part 3 through Part 15 of this series, see the “WHERE WE ARE” section at the beginning of Part 16 of this series. In Part 16 of this series, I argued that Kreeft and Tacelli’s first argument against Jesus being a lunatic Kreeft’s Case for the Divinity of Jesus – Part 17: The 2nd Argument Against Jesus being a Lunatic