Buried Hope or Risen Savior

by Charles Quarles

Buried Hope or Risen Savior

by Charles Quarles

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The Search for the Jesus Tomb

Buried Hope or Risen Savior? is a highly-educated Christian response to recent claims that the Talpiot tomb discovered in Jerusalem may have held the bones of Jesus.

Buried Hope or Risen Savior

by Charles Quarles

Buried Hope or Risen Savior

by Charles Quarles

eBook
$24.99

The Search for the Jesus Tomb

Buried Hope or Risen Savior? is a highly-educated Christian response to recent claims that the Talpiot tomb discovered in Jerusalem may have held the bones of Jesus.

Overview

Buried Hope or Risen Savior? argues for the credibility of Jesus Christ’s resurrection, engaging the issue in relation to the recent “Jesus Family Tomb” claims that continue making headlines around the world.

Among the contributors, Steve Ortiz (professor of Biblical Archaeology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) discusses the general background of this type of tomb and the archaeology of the Talpiot tomb site. Craig Evans (New Testament professor at Acadia Divinity College) writes about ossuaries and tomb inscriptions. Richard Bauckham (New Testament professor at Scotland’s University of St. Andrews) gives the history of Jewish names, extrabiblical writings, and Mary Magdalene. William Dembski (SWBTS research professor in Philosophy) discusses the statistical evidence for the names found on the Talpiot tomb to have been “Jesus.” Mike Licona (North American Mission Board director of Apologetics and Interfaith Evangelism) responds to claims that finding the bones of Jesus would not disprove Christ’s resurrection. Gary Habermas (Apologetics & Philosophy chair at Liberty University) summarizes the evidence for the bodily resurrection of Jesus. And Darrell Bock (New Testament professor at Dallas Theological Seminary) addresses the importance of the resurrection and how Christians should respond to challenges upon their faith.

Overview

Buried Hope or Risen Savior? argues for the credibility of Jesus Christ’s resurrection, engaging the issue in relation to the recent “Jesus Family Tomb” claims that continue making headlines around the world.

Among the contributors, Steve Ortiz (professor of Biblical Archaeology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) discusses the general background of this type of tomb and the archaeology of the Talpiot tomb site. Craig Evans (New Testament professor at Acadia Divinity College) writes about ossuaries and tomb inscriptions. Richard Bauckham (New Testament professor at Scotland’s University of St. Andrews) gives the history of Jewish names, extrabiblical writings, and Mary Magdalene. William Dembski (SWBTS research professor in Philosophy) discusses the statistical evidence for the names found on the Talpiot tomb to have been “Jesus.” Mike Licona (North American Mission Board director of Apologetics and Interfaith Evangelism) responds to claims that finding the bones of Jesus would not disprove Christ’s resurrection. Gary Habermas (Apologetics & Philosophy chair at Liberty University) summarizes the evidence for the bodily resurrection of Jesus. And Darrell Bock (New Testament professor at Dallas Theological Seminary) addresses the importance of the resurrection and how Christians should respond to challenges upon their faith.

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Product Details

  • ISBN:
    9780805447170
  • Status:
    Out of Print
  • Season:
    Winter 2008
  • Release Date:
    01/01/2008
  • Page Count:
    256
  • Carton Qty:
    36

Product Details

  • ISBN:
    9781433671265
  • Status:
    Active
  • Season:
    Winter 2008
  • Release Date:
    01/01/2008
  • Page Count:
    256
  • Carton Qty:
    36