At this time of year, people all around the globe wonder whether or not the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ actually happened. For some, it is an unanswered question. Today, we tackle that issue and show you how to answer, explain, and respond in a deeply winsome and attractive way, as a thoughtful ambassador of Jesus.
As we approach Easter, join us to hear an apologetic argument for the validity of the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ death and resurrection. Our guest, a physician, will use his medical expertise to examine the medical aspects of Jesus’ death and as well as the "hallucination hypothesis" which attempts to discount Jesus' resurrection. Learn the history, significance, and trustworthiness of the Gospels as reliable eyewitness testimony.
Dr. Jeremiah Johnston is a New Testament scholar, author, nationally syndicated radio host, apologist, a contributor for Fox News, and ministers internationally as President of Christian Thinkers Society. Jeremiah’s passion is working with local churches and pastors in equipping Christians to give intellectually informed accounts of what they believe.
Dr. Joseph Bergeron, MD is a physical medicine & rehabilitation specialist in Indianapolis, IN and has been practicing for 27 years. He graduated from Saint Louis University School of Medicine in 1993 and specializes in physical medicine & rehabilitation. . Dr. Bergeron authored a peer reviewed medical journal article on Jesus’ cause of death for the Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. He also co-authored an article with Gary Habermas, Ph.D. for the Irish Theological Quarterly examining the “Hallucination Hypotheses” that seek to explain away the disciples’ belief that Jesus had risen from the dead to bodily life again. Dr. Bergeron’s book, The Crucifixion of Jesus: A Medical Doctor Examines the Death and Resurrection of Christ offers expanded discussion of his prior works plus includes detailed descriptions of the historical context, archeological evidence, the politics, the conspiracy to kill Jesus, and Roman crucifixion practices.