Evangelical scholar Mike Licona’s vain boasting about believing in gospel miracles which he dismisses as mere ‘special effects’ on at least one occasion.

Christian apologist and NT scholar Mike Licona likes to think of himself as a traditional orthodox Christian scholar as we can see in his tweet just published. He boasts that he is unashamedly in the miraculous camp. But this is all vain boasting. For Licona is on record as denying the miraculous nature of the most supernatural event in the gospels, the zombie apocalypse of Matthew 27:52-53:

The tombs also were opened, and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised.  After his resurrection they came out of the tombs and entered the holy city and appeared to many.

James White exposes this embarrassing fact in the video below.

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Categories: Bible, Biblical scholarship

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  1. The dead have risen! Quick, someone call Rick Grimes of “The Walking Dead”!

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    • isn’t it funny that with all these resurrections and appearances of the dead to people in city, yet matthew said that the jewish lies were powerful enough to make people believe that jesus’ disciples robbed his body ?
      the miracle of miracle is that the jews didn’t give a damn about jesus confronting them, they merely spread a rumor which existed TILL matthews day.

      the truth is that christians weren’t able to produce a living , breathing and eating jesus. the religion had to blame THE JEWS. it is those damn jews said matthew. jews caused people to become APOSTATES after they spread a lie that the pals ROBBED jesus.

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