Could it have been Reasonable for the Disciples to have Believed that Jesus had Risen from the Dead?

It cannot be reasonable to beIieve in the resurrection unless we can overcome certain a priori objections. It is argued that these objections can in fact be overcome. It is further argued that, whether or not it is reasonabIe for us to believe in the resurrection, it couId have been not onIy reasonabIe for the discipIes to believe that it had, but unreasonabIe for them not to believe this
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DOI 10.5840/jpr_1996_5
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