Is Easter Unbelievable? (ebook)

Is Easter Unbelievable? ebook

Four Questions Everyone Should Ask About the Resurrection Story

Explores the evidence for Jesus' resurrection and how that provides a rational basis for Christian beliefs.

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The resurrection of Jesus from the dead is an extraordinary thing to believe. Such a supernatural event is the stuff of make-believe, many think. Yet millions of Christians around the world believe that Jesus' resurrection was a real, historical event. Indeed, "if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith" and Christians are "of all people most to be pitied." (1 Corinthians 15)

In this concise book, respected apologist Rebecca McLaughlin outlines the evidence that Jesus really did rise from the dead and why it's the best news ever.

Rebecca McLaughlin gained a PhD from Cambridge University and a theology degree from Oak Hill Seminary in London before working at The Veritas Forum. She is the author of the award-winning Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World’s Largest Religion and a regular contributor for The Gospel Coalition.

Ideal to give away at Easter outreach services and events, as well as to give to new Christians wanting to remind themselves of the evidence for their faith.

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Contents

  • 1. Is Jesus's life historical?
  • 2. Is Jesus's death ethical?
  • 3. Is Jesus's resurrection credible?
  • 4. Is Jesus's offer desirable?

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Contributors Rebecca McLaughlin
ISBN 9781784988500
Format eBook
First published February 2023
Case quantity 50
Language English
Pages 64
Publisher The Good Book Company
Endorsements

Julius J. Kim

President, The Gospel Coalition

Rebecca McLaughlin reveals that the story of Jesus is both believable and beautiful, especially for those searching for hope, for Easter is much more than a holiday filled with egg hunts and chocolate bunnies. If this Jesus of Nazareth really did live a sinless life, die a substitutionary death, and then come back to resurrection life, everything changes; because it means you can be fully known, yet fully loved, by the Creator God of the universe, who gives us more than holidays—for he gives us himself, forever.

Peter Williams

Principal, Tyndale House; Author, Can We Trust the Gospels?

A really short book, showing that the best-ever story is not only historically true but also great news for people today. What more could you want?

Molly Worthen

Associate Professor of History, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Christianity stands or falls on the truth of the resurrection, and this is the pithiest, zestiest case for the resurrection that I’ve seen. Whether you are looking to renew your faith or exploring the evidence for the first time, McLaughlin will guide you along the way—in roughly the time it takes to find all the Easter eggs.

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