1. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. (Yes, I have seen the Craig-Parsons debate)
Please give me your best arguments for the resurrection of Jesus.
I'm a Christian and I believe that the evidence for the existence of God is more probable than it is improbable. I believe that Bayes' theorem correctly makes the resurrection of Christ more probable that it does not, as long as we consider the chance that God exists. But I have absolutely no reason to believe that the resurrection happened if i disregard the evidence for the existence of God's existence. Please don't give me any "There is more evidence for Jesus than X" arguments, or anything like that. I'll start with a claim and we can get things rolling:1. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. (Yes, I have seen the Craig-Parsons debate)Please give me your best arguments for the resurrection of Jesus. I often hear Craig talk about how he can offer the "argument from the existence of God, the argument from personal experience, and the argument of the resurrection". Please help me try to understand why it would be though more probable than not. I would love to offer Christ's resurrection as evidence for Christianity being true, but before I offer it, I need to believe it's more probable than not first. As I've said, the only reason that I believe the resurrection is true is because of the evidence for the existence of God.I hope for the best!
Would Thomas have stepped up and had be a disciple if he never felt Yeshuas wounds?