Is belief in the resurrection of Yeshua (the Hebrew name of Jesus) a matter of faith, or is there historical evidence to support its occurrence? Even if there is compelling evidence, one question remains how did this seemingly impossible event take place? We struggle to wrap our minds around this, and justifiably so. We are faced with a daunting paradox: can a historic event be validated despite its miraculous nature? Attorney and former atheist Jim Jacob sought well-grounded answers to these questions and many others. He has researched and compiled evidence to answer such important questions as: ·Are the gospels in the New Covenant historically accurate? ·Did Yeshua actually live? ·Was He crucified by the Romans? ·Did Yeshua truly rise from the dead? As he has done throughout his nearly 40-year legal career, Jacob presents clear evidence that answers these questions and confronts head-on the rebuttal arguments as well. When an individual is requested to serve on a jury, he or she is asked to set aside any biases and serve impartially as a juror, giving both sides a fair trial. If you desire to objectively assess the evidence and determine whether there is any validity to the claims of the followers of Yeshua, then this booklet is for you.
About the Author
Jim Jacob has been a senior partner at his law firm since 1979. He has been privileged to represent prominent civic leaders, large U.S. companies, and countless individuals. For many years, Jim has held the highest rating from Martindale-Hubbell, a prominent company that evaluates lawyers nationwide. Jim has been admitted to practice law before the United States Supreme Court, and was selected for membership to Outstanding Lawyers of America. Jim has written articles on legal topics for both the Kansas City Star and Missouri Lawyers Weekly. Jim s first book, A Lawyer s Case for God, has received international acclaim and has been translated into three languages. Jim and his wife, Cathy, have been married for 35 years and have four children. Jim and Cathy have served for many years in varying leadership roles at their congregation. Jim also serves two international not-for-profit organizations one as a legal advisor, and one as a board member and officer.
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