Within Jewish tradition, the resurrection of the dead is one of its core principles of faith.
In their attempt to convert Jews, Christian missionaries promote the alleged resurrection of Jesus as the most compelling argument for their faith.
After the Resurrection, will the 613 commandments still apply? How eternal are the Torah and Mitzvos? Let’s find out in this detailed article.
What is the resurrection myth all about? Find out in this document. The contents of the document have been provided as well.
When Jesus died, was there a resurrection of the dead? Let’s find out.
The Christian scriptures claim that their leader, one Jesus of Nazareth, was crucified by the Romans and that as a result of this he died. These authors of the Christian scriptures tell us that after Jesus’ death he was sighted by some of his followers alive and well. According to these men, this miraculous event is the sign that Christianity is the true religion. Some Christians look at the alleged resurrection of Jesus as a solid foundation upon which to base their faith.
Are the accounts of Jesus’ resurrection in the Christian bible believable — or have you, like Esau, traded your holy birthright for a bowl of worthless soup?
Does the Talmud indicate a 1st century Jewish belief that resurrection would occur 3 days after the end of the world? Is there a reference about a resurrection 3 days after the end of the world?
Is it true (as Christians claim) that Jews at the time of the destruction of the Second Temple believed that Isaiah 53 spoke of a suffering messiah who was to die as an atonement for the sins of others and then be resurrected? Let’s find out.
Why didn’t the Jewish authorities produce Jesus’ corpse when the rumor spread that he had risen from the dead? Let’s find out.