Licona and Wood refuted in a tweet

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See Paul’s first person account in 1 Corinthians 15 and his description of the resurrection appearance to him as a vision in Acts 26:19. 1 Corinthians (written AD 53–54) is the earliest account in the Bible of the resurrection appearances. The gospels were written years later.

One can plausibly argue that the later gospel writers either inherited an embellished account from their sources or they themselves physicalised the earlier visionary stories to impress their readers.  The early Christian accounts are peppered with myth and legend.

The zombie apocalypse is my favourite:

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Categories: Bible, Christianity, Jesus

6 replies

  1. I’m just surprised licona would willingly attach himself to david wood.

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  2. If you claim to refute him. How about to challenge to debate him. Since you already admit your no match for Sam Shamoun. And won’t debate Christian Prince since your scared of a good spanking.

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