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The Trial Of The Witnesses Of The Resurrection Of Jesus
by Thomas Sherlock
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A unique replica edition of the centuries-old, classic defense of the resurrection of Jesus Christ written in 1729 by Bishop Thomas Sherlock (1678-1761).
In this, his most famous work, the claims of the witnesses of the resurrection are challenged by the prosecution in a courtroom setting. The defense argues its case and the jury renders its verdict as the author challenges you to do the same.
About the Author
British theologian THOMAS SHERLOCK (1678-1761) was educated at Eton and Cambridge and served as a Church of England bishop for 33 years.
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