Luke the physician writes a record of the early church called the Acts of the Apostles. He tells his friend Theophilus how Jesus “presented himself alive to them after his suffering by many convincing proofs” (1:3).
Christianity is an intelligent faith based upon reasonable evidence, or “many infallible proofs” as the old King James translation says. I’m not talking about scientific proof, nor is Luke. But don’t be alarmed; science is not the only way to prove something. Remember, the burden of proof in a court of law is “beyond a reasonable doubt.”
Based on his detailed investigation, Dr. Luke says the resurrection of Jesus Christ is believable beyond a reasonable doubt. Do you believe?