The question is whether Ehrman himself admitted the Christians saw the
risen Christ. I already know his debate opponent believes that.
Of course Ehrman never said that. Does this lying christer filth claim he
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Subject: Re: The Resurrection Argument That Changed a
Generation of Scholars
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2020 22:31:01 -0500
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Gary Habermas is the Distinguished Professor of
Apologetics and Philosophy and chairman,
Department of Philosophy and Theology, at
Liberty University, explores the historical
evidence for the resurrection of Jesus of
The gospels aren't evidence, they're the claim. You
gotta keep your claims and your evidence separate.
That's your opinion. That's all it ever will be.
New Testament scholars and skeptics have a much different
opinion than yours.
Even renowned skeptic Professor Bart D. Ehrman admits that
he believes the risen Jesus bodily appeared to many people
after he was crucified.
I have spoken.