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Christian philosopher Richard Swinburne has used probability theory to show that the likelihood of the resurrection of Christ is 0.97.
Calum Miller is a Christian apologist and student of Swinburne. He talks about why he believes that probability theory can be used to show that the resurrection is highly likely to be true.
Chris Hallquist is an atheist blogger who argues that the resurrection is not well supported by evidence or probability.
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For Calum Miller http://www.dovetheology.com
For Apologetics UK http://apologeticsuk.blogspot.co.uk/
For Chris Hallquist http://www.patheos.com/blogs/hallq
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