Did the disciples think they saw Jesus after his death on the cross as the result of hallucination or did they really see a resurrected Christ?
Theologian Mike Licona, leader of Risen Jesus ministries, gives an answer to this question in a short video that is part of the “Top 10 Myths about the Resurrection” series that features his teachings on the subject. The ten video clips are available online through apologetics websites, including Credo House Ministries.
“The most common myth pertaining to Jesus’ resurrection is the earliest Christians had visions of Jesus exalted in heaven and the visions were hallucinations,” Licona told The Christian Post via email.
Most Christians “don’t have a clue” how to not only explain the resurrection, but how to defend their Christian faith, he said.Continue Reading on www.christianpost.com