So, let us summarized these non-Christian accounts of a resurrection. For each supposedly "resurrected" person, the following table shows the level of evidence associated with their resurrection account, expressed as a fraction of the evidence we have for Christ's resurrection:
|Name of the person||The level of evidence|
|Apollonius of Tyana||1/30th|
Here's how this looks like in a histogram:
What does all this tell us? Quite a bit - we'll discuss that starting next week.
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