The resurrection of Jesus Christ is an undeniable fact of history:.....<quoted text>
Ahh yes... google... who do you think you are talking to here you condescending excuse for a godbot? The chances are pretty high that I am far more au fait with the history of the babble than you are ever willing to be because the history contradicts your faith.
So forget Psalms and Mathew, you are saying the book of mark is a first hand account? Or is it compiled from various stories, folk tales etc compiled 35 to 40 years after the presumed death of jesus. Then edited and selectively compiled by committee into the NT some 300+ years after jesus death? After which the book was edited and changed and translated with the errors that includes and even deliberately bastardised for a further 1300 years. After which one King James said something along the lines of ‘enough is enough, there are too many different versions of the good book(s) and our religion is fragmented so I will make a new definitive babble. I will convene a committee to recompile the babble, not from original works you understand, but from six or seven of the most popular babbles of my reign’. And since then there have been over 200 different English language versions of the babble created, most are subtly different (some not so subtly) and who knows how many in other languages, so giving rise to over 48,000 different cults of christianity each claiming the interpretation they put on the particular version of the babble they choose to follow is the correct interpretation.
So which babble are you using to make your statement?
And was "Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?” originally spoken in Greek or Aramaic? Surely jesus spoke Aramaic which would have been written "Eliy ‘Eliy lamah `azab’taniy?" but no... the texts tell it as spoken in Greek, hence the reason the local Jews could not understand.
That of course gives credence the story that jesus father was one Tiberius Julius Abdes Pantera, a Roman soldier of Greek decent and jesus was saying in Greek father, father why have you forsaken me”...
It also goes towered validating the Tanakh name for jesus as being Yesua ben Pantera
That was the opinion of Dr. Simon Geenleaf, the greatest authority on legal evidence in the 19th century. He was the famous Royal Professor of law at Harvard and was directly responsible for Harvards rise to eminence. He wrote ,..."An examination of the testimony of the four evangelists by the rules of evidence administered in the court of justice"
1.the empty tomb has never been refuted, bribes were offered to say the body was stolen.
2.appearances, he appeared to more than 500 people at a single time, and many others.
3. The transformation, his disciples were best described as cowards, after the resurrection they were into transformed into lions. Speaking truth to power and being slain for it.Why? they had seen a man killed who rose from the dead. As Dr. Greenleaf said,." While it is conceivable that some might die for what they believed to be the truth, it is inconceivable that so many would die for what they knew to be a lie",..there was no possible motive to fabricate it.