Hallucinations are linked to an individual’s subconsciousness. They are not linked to the collective subconsciousness of groups of people. Jesus appeared to separate individuals at times (cf. John 20:11-18). However, he also appeared to groups of people, more specifically a diversity of different people at different times and places, all of whom perceived Jesus in different ways via sight, touch, and hearing (cf. Lk. 24:13-35; John 20:19-25). … Read More Was Jesus’ Resurrection Really a Mass Hallucination?
Is the resurrection of Jesus actually a case of mistaken identity or the result of being deceived by an impersonator? Did those who claim they saw him alive after his death actually see someone else, either someone who looked a lot like him whom they mistook for him or someone actually impersonating him?… Read More Was the Resurrected Jesus Someone Else?
Could Jesus have simply passed out from pain, shock, and exhaustion while on the cross, been mistaken presumed deceased and thus taken off the cross, buried in Joseph’s tomb, only to then regain consciousness and reveal himself to his followers as alive, resulting in them spreading the story that God had raised him from the dead?… Read More Did Jesus Actually Die on the Cross?
Did the women actually go to the wrong tomb, find it empty, assume Jesus had risen from the dead, and then either hallucinate or make up their encounters with the angels and Jesus himself and tell those stories to the disciples? Or did the women go to the wrong tomb, find it empty, and tell the disciples that Jesus’ tomb was empty, resulting in the disciples deciding to fabricate the story of Jesus’ resurrection?… Read More Did The Women Go To The Wrong Tomb?