Seven Evidences for the Resurrection of Jesus | Bible Study

In this course Dr. David Jeremiah shares his heart and presents the historical evidences and supreme importance of the Resurrection of Jesus as an historical event for giving hope in times of grief, uncertainty, and crisis.

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Seven Evidences for the Resurrection of Jesus | How to refocus on God in times of uncertainty and crisis

Section 1 – Introduction | The Seven Signs of Easter | Is the Resurrection of Jesus Historical?

Section 2 – How Do We Know the Resurrection Actually Happened?

A. Soldiers: the historical evidence of the missing 16 Roman soldiers

B. Seal: the historical evidence of the missing official Roman seal

C. Stone: the historical evidence of the moved 2-ton gravestone

D. Shroud: the historical evidence of the empty shroud

E. Sepulcher: the historical evidence of the empty sepulcher

F. Scars: the historical evidence of the scars in the hands and side of Jesus

G. Sightings: the historical evidence of the 500 sightings of Jesus

Section 3 – Why the Resurrection is Important Today?

A. Past: the importance of the resurrection today: Forgiveness

B. Present: the importance of the resurrection today: Resurrection Power

C. Future: the importance of the resurrection today: Assurance of Heaven

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Dr. David Jeremiah, Chancellor of Southern California Seminary, is among the most well-known Bible teachers in the world. He serves as senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, California. His popular radio and television Bible-teaching program, Turning Point, is broadcast internationally on more than 2,200 stations. A New York Times best-selling author and Gold Medallion winner, he has written more than 50 books, including God Loves You–He Always Has, He Always Will.

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