Christian apologists often treat the Resurrect as if that’s a uniquely important miracle. In one sense that’s true, in another sense that’s not the case. Many apologists focus on the Resurrection for two reasons;i) They think that’s the best-attested miracle. That’s the easiest to defend. They can make a cases for the Resurrection. ii) That’s a lynchpin…
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