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No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Refutation of the Hallucination Theory: Thirteen ArgumentsIf you thought you saw adead man walking andtalking, wouldnt you think itmore likely that you werehallucinating than that youwere seeing correctly? Whythen not think the same thingabout Christs resurrection?

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There were too manywitnesses. Hallucinations areprivate, individual, subjective.

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Even three different witnesses areenough for a kind of psychologicaltrigonometry; 5. And Paul says in this passage v.

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Hallucinations usually last afew seconds or minutes; rarelyhours. This one hung around forforty days Acts Hallucinations usuallyhappen only once, except tothe insane. This one returnedmany times, to ordinarypeople Jn ; Acts Hallucinations come fromwithin, from what we alreadyknow, at least unconsciously.

This one said and didsurprising and unexpectedthings Acts ,9 -- like areal person and unlike adream. They thought he wasa ghost; he had to eat somethingto prove he was not Lk Hallucinations do not eat.

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Theresurrected Christ did, on atleast two occasions Lk ;Jn The disciples touched him Mt; Lk ; Jn They also spoke withhim, and he spoke back. Figments of yourimagination do not holdprofound, extendedconversations with you,unless you have the kind ofmental disorder thatisolates you. But this"hallucination" conversedwith at least eleven peopleat once, for forty days Acts The apostles could not have believed in the"hallucination" if Jesus corpse had still been inthe tomb. This is very simple and telling point;for if it was a hallucination, where was thecorpse?

They would have checked for it; if itwas there, they could not have believed. A hallucination wouldexplain only the post-resurrection appearances;it would not explain theempty tomb, the rolled-away stone, or theinability to produce thecorpse. No theory canexplain all these dataexcept a realresurrection.


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  • Lewis says,"Any theory of hallucination breaks down on the fact and if it is invention [rather than fact], it is the oddestinvention that ever entered the mind of man that onthree separate occasions this hallucination was notimmediately recognized as Jesus Lk ; Jn; Even granting that God sent a holyhallucination to teach truths already widely believedwithout it, and far more easily taught by other methods,and certain to be completely obscured by this, might wenot at least hope that he would get the face of thehallucination right?

    Is he who made all faces such abungler that he cannot even work up a recognizablelikeness of the Man who was himself?

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    Jesus Christ was the first person to be resurrected on this earth Acts ; Col. The New Testament gives ample evidence that Jesus rose with His physical body: His tomb was empty, He ate fish and honey, He had a body of flesh and bones, people touched Him, and the angels said He had risen Mark —6 ; Luke —12, 36—43 ; John — Though this body be destroyed, yet in my flesh shall I see God, Job Moses I will open your graves, and cause you to come up, Ezek.

    Graves were opened, and many bodies arose, Matt.

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    The Lord is risen, Luke A spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me have, Luke