A Veterinary Examination of the Resurrection of Jesus: Five Clinical Signs That Point to a Risen Savior

by Robert Sanders

My patients cannot verbally express to me their symptoms.   To determine the who, what, when, where, and how that a particular disease manifests itself , a veterinary medical examination requires direct observation and inference from the clinical evidence. We label these pieces of evidence “clinical signs.” After isolating these clinical signs, the process of diagnosis and treatment follows a logical series of steps, much like an algorithm used by computer software. So, how possibly can a claim like “Jesus was resurrected from the dead” be diagnosed? What clinical signs are present to explain what reasonably happened? The key in the process is to identify the explanation that most reasonably explains all of the clinical signs…
 

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A Veterinary Examination of the Resurrection of Jesus: Five Clinical Signs That Point to a Risen Savior