Short Story Of The Resurrection Of Jesus Christ

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One of the most Puzzling questions for centuries among Biblical scholars, laypeople and people of all professions is the question of what happened to Jesus Christ. W ho is Jesus Christ and where is Jesus if his body is not in the tomb? The truth lies within the Christian faith, which is that Jesus is the Son of God and was resurrected. There are many who do not believe in the resurrection because there were no eye witnesses who saw what happened to Jesus Christ. Perhaps the most puzzling part of the entire event is that for the perpetuated story to have occurred in actuality, one would have to accept some form of “help” for him that transcends all reason and theory. Jesus was known as the Messiah and many people traveled across the world just …show more content…
There was a large stone that was placed in front of the tomb which was guarded by many soldiers. That Sunday a tremendous earthquake began to shake but it was not an ordinary earthquake; there was an angel rolling the stone away. The soldiers saw the angel and trembled in fear. (Resurrection of Jesus Christ- Story Summary) Mary then walked unto the tomb weeping and looked up and noticed the stone had been rolled away. She looked into the tomb and found two angels one where Jesus’ feet were and another sitting at were Jesus’ head used to lie. The angels asked her why she was crying and Mary told them that the men had taken her Lord and she now does not know where they laid him. Mary then turned to find Jesus standing behind her. Jesus then told Mary to run to the disciples and tell them that she has seen Jesus very well alive. …show more content…
Such as Dr. Ehrman he simply just does not believe that there is no possible way that Jesus was resurrected. He states that if it was true it would have to be a miracle and miracles do not have any hard cold evidence. He makes the comment of how Abraham Lincoln had a plot against him to be assassinated but where was the plot for Jesus to resurrect. (Craig) Professor Kirsopp Lake made the theory that all the women who went to Jesus’ tomb actually went to the wrong tomb. He says that the women had to watch Jesus be put into His tomb from a distance and without notes it would be terribly difficult to spot which tomb was really the tomb Jesus was buried in. Toledot Yeshu made the theory that Jesus’ body was taken from a third party. He believed that Jesus’ body was taken out of the tomb by a man named Juda. Juda was the gardener around Jesus’ tomb. Juda then blackmailed the disciples and dragged Jesus’ body through the streets of Jerusalem. There are other theories. Some say that Jesus’ disciples were hallucinating the whole time and only wanted to see Jesus so much that their mind tricked them into believing that Jesus was actually alive. Another is that the Romans took Jesus’ body to a different place such as a burial pit. They believe that if He was thrown in the burial pit that dogs would have eaten His body and that would be why there is not any evidence to be proven to this time. If this was true then

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