Is belief in the Resurrection reasonable?

April 19, 2021

Trent Horn VS Matt Dillahunty

This episode is a debate about the question: Is it reasonable to believe that Jesus rose from the dead?

Catholic apologist Trent Horn argues that it’s reasonable and Matt Dillahunty, host of the radio show “The Atheist Experience,” argues that it’s not. As they lay out their arguments and take questions from patrons, they talk about:

– What makes a belief reasonable
– How we should investigate a miracle claim
– Physical and testimonial evidence about past events
– Whether there’s sufficient evidence for the Resurrection

 

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  1. Piroska Gal says

    Thank you. I’m new to religion and very much enjoy this kind of debates. I think Jonathan Pageau could debate Matt Dilahante on science, and the Earth goes around the Sun or we drinking H2O.

  2. CINDY DEPONTI says

    I enjoyed the debate, although I admit it could have gone better. The topic had me intrigued, and hopeful, so that I may be able to answer this same question for my own sake. I am a former atheist with a geology degree, but encounters with Christ led me to get baptized in His Church merely 3 years ago. I have since learned how to read the Bible and desire to be well-versed in Catholic apologetics. I think that the debate should have been had with someone other than Matt Dillahunty, because he admitted that he does not have confidence in the New Testament, or the Bible (it is possible I don’t recall correctly). To make the debate more even, I think a more suitable topic for these two contenders might be “Is belief in science reasonable without the existence of God?” I tend to think that the division between the secular world and Christianity has taken root in the skepticism that many Christians have toward science. As a geologist, I never understood why faith and science were in opposition to each other. I think that’s one of the reasons why the Lord brought me to Catholicism; because they should not be. BTW- You had me hooked on “Pints” then “Aquinas.”

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  1. Piroska Gal says

    Thank you. I’m new to religion and very much enjoy this kind of debates. I think Jonathan Pageau could debate Matt Dilahante on science, and the Earth goes around the Sun or we drinking H2O.

  2. CINDY DEPONTI says

    I enjoyed the debate, although I admit it could have gone better. The topic had me intrigued, and hopeful, so that I may be able to answer this same question for my own sake. I am a former atheist with a geology degree, but encounters with Christ led me to get baptized in His Church merely 3 years ago. I have since learned how to read the Bible and desire to be well-versed in Catholic apologetics. I think that the debate should have been had with someone other than Matt Dillahunty, because he admitted that he does not have confidence in the New Testament, or the Bible (it is possible I don’t recall correctly). To make the debate more even, I think a more suitable topic for these two contenders might be “Is belief in science reasonable without the existence of God?” I tend to think that the division between the secular world and Christianity has taken root in the skepticism that many Christians have toward science. As a geologist, I never understood why faith and science were in opposition to each other. I think that’s one of the reasons why the Lord brought me to Catholicism; because they should not be. BTW- You had me hooked on “Pints” then “Aquinas.”

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