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Thus, scholarship sides with me, not Carrier. Indeed, Carrier doesn't view Hawking as sufficiently authoritative anyway, for Carrier himself rejects Hawking's position that space-time has an origin. [14] Finally, his declaration that our universe is more epistemically probable given CN carries no support. Why expect such a universe given CN? The argument also presumes that if God produced a lifebearing universe, it would contain more life than it does. Why think so? Knowability and Discoverability Carrier's complaint that the universe apparently wasn't made for easy comprehension is irrelevant.

22] Christianity uniquely survived because there was no falsifying evidence. • (ii) Christians did proclaim the empty tomb, as inActs 13:2831 (resurrected bodies couldn't occupy tombs). And even if they didn't, the Jews would've still revealed Jesus to refute the Resurrection. • (iii) To posit theft/misplacement concedes the empty tomb. [23] • (iv) Carrier's point about the women is incoherent. [24] The scholarly majority affirms that Jews undervalued female testimony. Carrier doesn't dispute that male testimony was considered superior.

Esp. pp. 170-79, 198 n. , esp. pp. 287-90. " (2005), though other chapters of that work are also relevant. [23] See Richard Carrier, "The Spiritual Body of Christ and the Legend of the Empty Tomb" in The Empty Tomb: Jesus Beyond the Grave (2005) ed. by Robert M. Price and Jeffery Jay Lowder, pp. 105233, with its corresponding Spiritual Body FAQ. See also: Peter Lampe, "Paul's Concept of a Spiritual Body" inResurrection: Theological and Scientific Assessments(2002), ed. by Ted Peters, Robert John Russell, and Michael Welker: pp.

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