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Have you ever questioned the Resurrection of Jesus Christ in your mind? You are not alone. Frank Morrison was attempting to destroy the foundation of the belief of those who follow Jesus Christ. Instead he shows the strength of the evidence for the Resurrection. A must read for those with questions. With three essays on the Resurrection by Dr. Tom Morris.
©2013 Dr. Tom Morris Editor (P)2013 GrievingTeensPublishing.com

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Excellent book!

If you're a christian, you must read [listen] this book, it will make you see very important things about the resurection that you've never seen before.

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Great book to solidify your belief

Using a rich vocabulary, the writer presents the evidence the Christ Is Risen. A very thorough analysis is offered in such a way, that it is nearly impossible to dispute. My only complaint is the poor editing done on three occasions in the book.

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Listen to it every year!

Loved it! Narrator was great. Though written in 1930 the style was not too cumbersome but rather enjoyable (even with some stereotypical language of the time sprinkled in)

The sections on the arrest and trials are the best parts with several uncanny insights. This discussion of the last days of Jesus started out as a project to refute the resurrection and ended up as an apologetic. The author wanted to see the real Jesus so he started with the time of Jesus life that he felt was shrouded with the least amount of miraculous activity.

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  • 09-30-13

Generally good with some failings

Generally, this is a good reading and holds one's attention. However, a few times the reader starts a sentence, pauses, and then starts it again, and at one point has a very short coughing fit.