Friday, April 10, 2009

The Resurrection

The NRO Bookshelf offers some recommendations for Easter reading. Two of the books are arguments for the historicity of the Resurrection. The first is from Frederica Mathewes-Green:
I'm reading for the first time the classic Who Moved the Stone? by British journalist Frank Morison. He had planned to shore up his agnosticism by a meticulous study of the Gospel texts about Christ's Passion, and ended up being converted to Christian faith instead. It's admirable, and very helpful; for the first time, the blur of names and places during those days are falling into a coherent pattern for me.
Two others recommend the same book. David Neff of Christianity Today and Amy Welborn both recommend N.T. Wright's The Resurrection of the Son of God.

NRO Bookshelf: An Easter Parade - NRO Staff - The Corner on National Review Online

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