Case Number 6.6-6: Christianity vs. Objective Reasoning
Plaintiff – Christianity
Defendant – Objective Reasoning
Presiding Judge – Judge Sye Entific Methud
This is a non-jury trial
Plaintiff is required to prove the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The defendant will defend against this supernatural claim.
Judge: Plaintiff, you may proceed.
Christianity: Your honor, we claim that the biblical Jesus was crucified, died, and then rose from the dead 3 days later as stated in the bible.
Judge: What is your evidence to prove this claim?
Christianity: The bible, your honor.
Judge: How so?
Christianity: It is written in the bible that Jesus died, rose from the dead, and that there were witnesses to this account.
Judge: Who were these witnesses?
Christianity: A few women, one named Mary, the apostles, and some others. Also, the Apostle Paul claims a higher number, I believe it was 500.
Judge: Could you provide their full names and their sworn written testimonies to this account?
Christianity: No, we don’t have any full names or sworn testimonies, but later on a man named Paul was knocked off his horse by a vision of God and God told him that this account is true.
Judge: Hold on a minute. These eye witnesses, how do you know that they are not lying or were have been tricked in some way?
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