Here is the link to a quiz on the resurrection of Jesus.
Here’s my score:
My former co-worker Todd actually beat my score, so let’s hope he doesn’t read this post and show me up in front of all of you!
More Gary Habermas
You might want to buy the book if you want to learn more.
And you can hear him explain “The Resurrection Argument that Changed a Generation of Scholars” on YouTube.
He debates a Duke University professor here: (one of my favorites)
Two Views on the Resurrection: Dialog with Dr. Joel Marcus, Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins at Duke University Divinity School
PART I (8MB) :|: PART II (8MB) :|: PART III (8MB) [MP3 files]
And he responds to Dan Brown’s fictional novels here:
Cracking the Da Vinci Code
PART I (8MB) :|: PART II (8MB) :|: PART III (5MB) :|: PART IV (5MB) [MP3 files]
Lecture given at the 4th Annual Worldview Apologetics Conference
Here are some previous posts I wrote on the minimal facts case:
- The historical criteria and the standard minimal facts case.
- The earliest and best source for the minimal facts.
- Some additional details about the empty tomb sources.
- And some details about the first witnesses to the empty tomb.
UPDATE: I was just browsing on The Resurrection of Jesus blog that is focused on the resurrection and found this video of Mike Licona.