the Easter resurrection evidence proves Jesus is God (6-part video Series)

The Easter Resurrection Evidence Proves Jesus Is God is a 6-part series presented by Andy Wrasman at Oak Road Lutheran Church in Lilburn, GA during the Easter Season of the Church in 2021. These videos are screen-cast presentations recorded after each live lecture/discussion.

Part 1 – The New Testament is a Reliable Historical Source:
Part 2 – Jesus Claimed to Be God:
Part 3 – Was Jesus Dead, Buried, and Raised:
Part 4 – The Witnesses of the Resurrected Jesus:
Part 5 – Alternative Explanations for the Resurrection Evidence:
Part 6 – Additional Evidences that Jesus is God:

52. The Lost Tomb of Jesus

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The Lost Tomb of Jesus

The central claim of Christianity is that Jesus died for sins, was buried, and rose from the dead for our salvation.  Episodes 50 and 51 of Reconnect shared 14 evidences that indicate that Jesus did in fact rise from the dead confirming his claims to be God in the flesh, the savior of all men.

When faced with these evidences, not everyone comes to the conclusion that Jesus did rise bodily from the dead.  Alternative theories are thus offered to naturally explain the evidences.  Sometimes these theories offer evidence also.  This episode looks at an elaborate explanation for the empty tomb of Jesus that involves the theft and reburial of Jesus’ corpse in a different location, a location that that is speculated to have been found by the discovery of a family tomb that contained an ossuary with the name, “Jesus, Son of Joseph”, inscribed on it.

This theory was put forth by The Lost Tomb of Jesus, documentary that was produced by James Cameron.  Andy Wrasman plays audio clips from this documentary and offers rebuttals to the documentary’s claims.

Show Links:

The Lost Tomb of Jesus Website

Episode 50 of Reconnect

Episode 51 of Reconnect

The Lost Tomb of Jesus Video on Youtube

“Was Jesus a Common Name at the Beginning of the First Century?” – Slate Article