N. T. Wright on the historicity of Jesus’ resurrection.

by metacognizant

N. T. Wright is well-known as one of the leading historical Jesus scholars of our day. His work includes a breadth and depth seldom attained, and a fairness in dealing with the evidence that is even rarer. I’m gearing up to read his massive 740 page book, The Resurrection of the Son of God myself, and because of that I’ve done a bit of reading of some of Wright’s smaller works to prepare myself. Here’s an article by Wright on the historicity of Jesus’ resurrection that appears to broadly follow the same outline–in much less detail–as his behemoth of a book. It’s well worth a read for anyone.