Catholic Answers: Ready Reasons
How Do We Know the Tomb Was Empty?
Episode 33 • 3m 4s
Critics of Christianity often try to explain away the early Christian claim that Jesus rose from the dead by saying they either hallucinated or had visions of the dead Jesus. In this video, Karlo explains why the historicity of the empty tomb deals a lethal blow to these objections.
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