>From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On
>Behalf Of Scott Tucker
>Sent: Monday, January 21, 2002 12:44 PM
>To: 'Asa@Calvin. Edu'
>Subject: RE: Flawed anthro views of RTB
>If believing the sense data was my rule, wouldn't I inclined to _not_
>believe in the Resurrection?
Part of believing the sense data is believing the credible reports of
others. We do this in trials, in science etc. We don't repeat every single
experiment to be sure that our fellow scientists are not lying. Similarly,
we have to believe the sense data the disciples experienced, or we have no
basis for beleiving the resurrection. A guy was visibly dead and then he was
alive. That conclusion can only be based upon various forms of sense
data--feeling no pulse, seeing and feeling no breathing, seeing the palid
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