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Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 40)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection. I edited down to the section titled "Are we saying that having MORE non-Christian resurrections reports make Jesus's resurrection MORE likely?" You may next want to read: How to think about the future The word "If" does not apply to God Another […]

Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 39)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection. I edited down to the section titled "Details of the distribution: generalized Pareto distribution and its parameters (part 36)". You may next want to read: Finding pi in a square grid: or, why you can have square brownies for pi day The […]

Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 38)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection. I edited down to the section titled "Properties of the skeptic's distribution: power law. (part 34)". You may next want to read: Can God make a rock so heavy that he cannot lift it? The principle of least awesomeness Another post, from […]

Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 37)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection. Things are edited down to the section labeled "Chapter 7: The "skeptic's distribution" approach" You may next want to read: The Gospel: the central message of Christianity A record of the total solar eclipse Another post, from the table of contents

Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 36)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection. Things are edited down to the section labeled "You do not get to choose to be convinced." You may next want to read: How is God related to all other fields of study? On martyrdom (Part 1) Another post, from the […]

Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 35)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection. Things are edited down to the section labeled "Only evidence moves Bayes factors. Speculation does nothing." You may next want to read: The principle of least awesomeness Interpreting the Genesis creation story: an introduction Another post, from the table of contents

Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 34)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection. Things are edited down to the section labeled "Or some combination of the above, or something else entirely? (part 10)" You may next want to read: Christians, read your Bibles The principle of least awesomeness Another post, from the table of contents

No real post today - but merry Christmas!

Today I'm unfortunately hampered by travel, spotty internet connections, and time with friends and family. So I won't be able to update the blog beyond this post. But the series on the Bayesian evaluation of Jesus's resurrection continues to go well, and I'm constantly finding new ways to test its components. I aim to finish […]

Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 33)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection. Things are edited down to "Or actively deceptive?" You may next want to read: "Simon, son of John, do you love me?" Jesus is like these things in his incarnate nature: Another post, from the table of contents

Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 32)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection. Things are edited down to "Could the disciples have been genuinely mistaken? (part 6)" You may next want to read: Human laws, natural laws, and the Fourth of July On becoming a good person Another post, from the table of contents
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