Christians believe that the most significant event in history is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. His followers said he had risen from the dead. They reported that he appeared to
Christians believe that the most significant event in history is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. His followers said he had risen from the dead. They reported that he appeared to them during a period of forty days, showing himself to them by many ‘convincing proof’ (Acts 1:3). But is there really solid evidence for this? What difference does it make either way?
You are warmly invited to St. Andrew’s to hear a talk on this subject, along with further opportunities to ask questions and discuss the other claims of the Bible.
Simon Edwards is the speaker – UK Director of the RZIM Ravi Zacharias Trust and Assistant Chaplain of the Oxford Centre For Christian Apologetics (OCCA). He has also been invited to speak on a number of BBC Radio programmes regarding the evidence for the Christian faith, particularly from his perspective as a lawyer. Simon’s areas of interest include evidence for the resurrection, historicity of the Bible, faith and reason, epistemology, tolerance, the nature of truth, suffering miracles and ethics.
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