How to Dismantle Myths about the Resurrection of Jesus | The Poached Egg


Follow @ThePoachedEgg Switch to mobile friendly version How to Dismantle Myths about the Resurrection of Jesus By Nicholas Davis There are some facts about the death of Jesus that no one disputes. According to the testimony of both Christian and non-Christian historical documents, it is undisputed that Jesus of Nazareth was a real person who lived, was crucified, died, and was buried in a tomb. (See the Gospels, the historian Josephus, Pliny the Younger, and the Jewish Talmud.) Three days after the death of Jesus, his tomb was empty. These are the undisputed facts. So what best explains why (or…

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3 thoughts on “How to Dismantle Myths about the Resurrection of Jesus | The Poached Egg

  1. I thought the traditions of eggs stemmed from Seder at Passover. Didn’t the first ie Jewish, followers of Christ change from lamb to egg because the perfect Lamb of G-d had been sacrificed and risen? Let me know what you think?
    I thought the egg was substituted because its shape, with no beginning or end, perfectly models G-d’s eternal statement; “It is finished.” I believe many traditions have used the egg as spirit or cultural symbol, but only YHWH has exactly perfectly demonstrated His love at precisely the stated time, manner, and method of His redemption for Israel.

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