Glenn Morton wrote:
> ... All of the above are cases where the sense
> data is doubted for theological reasons, with the
> doubter often thinking he is doing Christianity
> a service when in fact he is undermining the
> entire reason for our faith--the real, non-illusory
> resurrection which was determined to happen based
> solely upon sense data!
> Beleive the sense data!
If believing the sense data was my rule, wouldn't I inclined to _not_
believe in the Resurrection?
How should one think about the resurrection -- as a miracle, in the sense of
a supernatural, "suspension/violation" of laws of nature or physics, or, as
Clarke might suggest, "a sufficiently advanced technology, indistinguishable
--Grace and Peace,
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