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Did Jesus rise from the dead, or was it hallucinations by his followers? 'After Life?'#8

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Did Jesus rise from the dead, or were the reports hallucinations by his followers? The historical records of Jesus rising from the dead go back very close in time to the original events. They were not later legends or borrowed myths. It was not a deliberate hoax by Jesus's followers – they themselves believed it was true - believed it enough to die for it. But if they were not hoaxers, could they have been deluded? Could the appearances of Jesus have been hallucinations?

This video is part eight of the series 'After Life?' - the most up to date and convincing evidence for the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

With contributions by Professor William Lane Craig, Professor Gary Habermas, Professor Mike Licona, Amy Orr-Ewing and Professor Tom Wright.

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