In this article the understanding of the resurrection of Jesus by William Lane Craig, Gerd Lüdemann and John Dominic Crossan are used as starting point to discuss two issues with regard to the study of the resurrection of Jesus: the relationship between presuppositions and results in a theological enterprise, and the nature of the texts in the New Testament as either theology or as history. Attention is also given to the notion history as such. Finally, a thesis of the resurrection of Jesus as being historically probable, is postulated.
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