My term paper had become a personal crusade of sorts. I wanted to prove to my college professor that the resurrection of Jesus Christ had never happened. Yet as I researched the topic, I began to ask myself how a worldwide faith that has endured for two millennia started in Palestine—with the execution of a Jewish rabbi. Many people had claimed to be the Messiah, but Jesus’ case was different. Why?
This question burned inside of me. As I studied and mulled it over, I became convinced that the resurrection of Jesus must have really happened....
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