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This highly endorsed book, written for believers, non-believers, and those who are not quite sure about Jesus' resurrection, offers a non-traditional explanation for the birth of Christianity and explains it with unusual clarity. The following excerpts are from endorsements on the back cover and inside title page: "Clearly written and well argued, Doubting Jesus' Resurrection lays out a plausible and intriguing case for a non-supernatural explanation of the New Testament resurrection accounts" (Robert J. Miller, Professor of Religious Studies, Juniata College). "Komarnitsky's answers are well-documented and carefully considered, and his central thesis is intriguing. Highly recommended" (Rev. Chuck Jones, Atlanta, Georgia). "Komarnitsky shows great acuity of judgment and clear-eyed perception of the issues. He does not claim to have proof of what happened at Christian origins, but he does present a powerfully plausible hypothesis for what might have happened" (Robert M. Price, Ph.D. Theology, Ph.D. New Testament). "Komarnitsky presents a surprisingly excellent demonstration of how belief in the resurrection of Jesus could plausibly have originated by natural means" (Richard Carrier, Ph.D. Ancient History). “Those interested in a plausible natural explanation for the birth of Christianity will want to seriously consider this book” (James F. McGrath, Clarence L. Goodwin Associate Professor of New Testament Language & Literature, Butler University).
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