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This ground-breaking work offers a unique apologetic argument for the validity of the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ death and resurrection.  Dr. Bergeron’s Medical expertise allows him to examine the medical aspects of Jesus’ death and as well as the “hallucination hypothesis” which attempts to discount Jesus’ resurrection.

This book covers the following areas:

  • Jesus identified himself as the Son of God, meaning in his culture that he was God, and the Messiah of Hebrew prophetic literature.

  • Evidence is explored as to why the Gospels can be trusted as reliable eyewitness testimony.

  • A review of the social and political context provides insight into the events leading to Jesus’ execution.

  • Roman crucifixion practices are described in detail.  Jesus’ cause of death was crucifixion.

  • The physiological mechanism that ultimately caused Jesus to die has been the subject of controversy.  This book provides medical commentary on the biblical descriptions of Jesus’ torture and an analysis of differing opinions on the physiological mechanism of his death.

  • This is the first book to provide a medical analysis of hallucination hypotheses for the disciples belief in Jesus’ resurrection.  Hallucination hypotheses are unable to explain away the biblical accounts of Jesus’ resurrection.

  • This ground-breaking work offers a unique apologetic argument for the validity of the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ death and resurrection.  Dr. Bergeron’s Medical expertise allows him to examine the medical aspects of Jesus’ death and as well as the “hallucination hypothesis” which attempts to discount Jesus’ resurrection.
     

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