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On the Rationality of the Resurrection
Did Jesus of Nazareth rise from the dead? One way in which this question can be answered in the positive that doesn't depend upon faith alone is by appeal to history, or to written accounts of what occurred in 1st century Judea. But it is arguable that this style of answer must, by itself, always fail to be rationally acceptable simply because resurrection is -it would seem- physically impossible. In order for this style of argument to be rationally acceptable, this barrier of the physicaldoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5576896.v3 fatcat:lmlrve26k5audjpkzrfvhn53pi