Wright and Crossan Debate the Resurrection -- Other Distinguished Scholars Comment

In March there was a discussion forum hosted by the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Called the "Greer-Heard Point-Counterpoint Forum," the inaugural forum hosted N.T. Wright and John D. Crossan. The focus of the discussion was the resurrection, and other scholars, such as William L. Craig, Craig Evans, and R. Douglas Geivett attended to comment on the anchor presentation and discussion of Wright and Crossan. Unfortunately, work prevented my attendance. However, I did order the CD set and have enjoyed them very much.

I had planned on providing a summary of the conference, but have been beaten to the punch by an actual attendee. ChrisChillin, host of the N.T. Wright Page, has started a thread in which he will be providing a comrehensive summary of the conference. The first installment is quite detailed.

Check it out. And, if interested, order the tapes. I have found them to be worth every penny.

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