Dr. Gary Habermas to discuss the bodily resurrection of Jesus over the Internet

From Jeff Downs' very fine Counter-cult Apologetics:

This Thursday on the Countercult Apologetics Hour, my guest will be Dr. Gary Habermas. "Gary Habermas has dedicated his professional life to the examination of the relevant historical, philosophical, and theological issues surrounding the death and resurrection of Jesus."

You might ask, "What does the resurrection of Jesus have to do with the Cults?" Well, for starters the Jehovah's Witnesses deny this doctrine. Don't get me wrong, they say they believe in the resurrection of Jesus, but as you know most cults redefined Christian terminology. The JWs deny the Jesus rose from the dead - physically.

Join us as look at the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus and then specifically, the bodily resurrection of Jesus. The show will air 8-9 EST on Thursday April 27. The link for the live feed is http://www.unchainedradio.com:8000/listen.pls or go to the homepage of Unchained Radio. We will be taking your calls live at 1-800-466-1873.


Layman said…
Thanks, Bill.

I heard the first hour and actually called in with some questions, though there were technical difficulties.
BK said…
I was listening to the first hour, too. Jeff Downs says that the link will be posted in a day or two so that I can hear the entire program. What I heard was interesting.
Jeff said…
I do apologize for not being able to hear the callers, but we did get two in.

I appreciate very much you guys taking to the time to listen.

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