A dozen eyewitnesses to a shooting will usually come up with remarkably divergent stories about how it all happened. It seems impossible to re-create an event perfectly, even with such vast resources as those available to the special commission investigating President Kennedy’s assassination. What then about the Bible, in which the historical ingredient is essential to evangelical faith? What of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ in the light of the problem of history? To see how a group of Christian scholars recently confronted this question, read the panel discussion, “Faith, History, and the Resurrection.”

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