Catholic Answers: Ready Reasons
Is Jesus's Resurrection a Borrowed Idea from Judaism?
Episode 35 • 2m 45s
Christianity is often charged with being a copycat religion, especially when it comes to Jesus' resurrection. One such charge is that Jesus' resurrection is nothing but an idea borrowed from Judaism, since most first-century Jews believed that there would be a general resurrection at the end of time. In this video, Karlo explains why this attempt to sidestep the reality of Jesus' resurrection fails.
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