Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Questions for Marcus & Habermas

What questions do you hope Dr. Marcus and Dr. Habermas will answer next Tuesday night?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not knowing where either speaker stands, it is hard to form a question. However, I would like to know if either believes that one can be Christian if they do not believe that Jesus was bodily resurrected?
If either believes that the resurrection did not take place, how would one explain the change in the apostles?
Looking forward to the dialogue.
Sue Corley

3:26 PM  
Blogger Steven Carr said...

Why did Paul regard the Jesus-worshippers in Corinth as being 'in every way enriched in Jesus in speech and knowledge of every kind', when they scoffed at the idea that God would choose to raise a corpse?

10:34 PM  
Blogger Steven Carr said...

If the resurrection did take place, then how would one explain the doubt in the apostles (Matthew 28:17)

10:35 PM  
Blogger Jim Galloway said...

How would each speaker define:
(1)"bodily resurrection" in light
of I Cor.15
(2) "Historical" i.e., Does "The
Resurrection is not a historical event" mean that it did not happen
objectively in God's world, or merely that historical reconstruction cannot possibly
verify such a supernatural event?

3:39 AM  
Blogger Chris Schelin said...

1. Can the empty tomb be regarded as a historically determined fact? This is perhaps directed only at Marcus.

2. Do you believe that a historical reconstruction is possible of the various resurrection appearances in the gospels? This is perhaps directed only at Habermas.

9:08 AM  

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