The person of Christ, New York, American Tract Society, 1918, p. 97, ap. McDowell, Evidência..., p. 136.
88 Marla Donato, That guilty look, Chicago Tribune, 1 Apr. 1994.
89 Denny Johnson, Police add electronic "sketch artist" to their bag of tricks, Chicago Tribune, 22 June 1997.
90 Templeton, Farewell to God, p. 230.
91 Morton Smith, Biblical arguments for slavery, Free Inquiry, Spring, 1987, p. 30.
92 Thomas Sowell, Race and culture, New York, Basic, 1995.
93 Josh McDowell & Bart Larson, Jesus: uma defesa bíblica de sua divindade, 2. ed., São Paulo, Candeia, 1994, p. 60-2.
94 Evans, The casebook of forensic detection, p. 98-100.
95 Lee Strobel, "Textbook" thumbprint aids conviction in coed's killing, Chicago Tribune, 29 June 1976.
96 Para detalhes básicos sobre profecias cumpridas, v.McDowell, Evidência..., p. 181-226
97 Peter W. Stoner, Science speaks, Chicago, Moody Press, 1969, p. 109.
98 Para um estudo da profecia de Daniel, v. Robert C. Newman, Fulfilled prophecy as miracle, in: R. Douglas Geivett & Gary R. Habermas, orgs., In defense of miracles, Downers Grove, InterVarsity Press, 1997, p. 214-25.
99 Stan Telchin, Traído, Curitiba, Luz e Vida, s.d.
100 Ruth Rosen, org., Jewish doctors meet the great physician, San Francisco, Purple Pomegranate, 1997, p. 9-23.
112 Gerald O'Collins, The Easter Jesus, London, Darton, Longman & Todd, 1973, p. 134, ap. em Craig, The Son rises, p. 136.
113 Para uma fita do debate, v.William Lane Craig & Frank Zindler, Atheism vs. Christianity: where does the evidence point?, Grand Rapids, Zondervan, 1993, fita de vídeo.
114 Templeton, Farewell to God, p. 120.
115 Martin, The case against Christianity, p. 78-9.
116 Ibid., p. 81.
117 Michael Grant, Jesus: a historian's review of the gospels, New York, Charles Schribner's Sons, 1977, p. 176.
118 Kirsopp Lake, The historical evidence for the resurrection of Jesus Christ, London, William & Norgate, 1907, p. 247-79, ap. William Lane Craig, Knowing the truth about the resurrection, Ann Arbor, Servant, 1988, p. 35-6.
119 J. N. D. Anderson, The evidence for the resurrection, Downers Grove, InterVarsity Press, 1966, p. 20
120 Bomb victim's body not in grave, Chicago Tribune, 14 Jan. 1998.
121 Martin, The case against Christianity, p. 87.
122 Gary Habermas & Anthony Flew, Did Jesus rise from the dead? The resurrection debate, San Francisco, Harper & Row, 1987, p. 14.
123 Ibid., p. 15.
124 Martin, The case against Christianity, p. 90.
125 Craig, The Son rises, p. 125.
126 John Drane, Introducing the New Testament, San Francisco, Harper & Row, 1986, p. 99.
127 Michael Green, Christ is risen: so what?, Kent, Sovereign World, 1995, p. 34.
128 Ap. Gary Habermas & J. P. Moreland, Immortality: the other side of death, Nashville, Nelson, 1992, p. 60.
129 Martin, The case against Christianity, p. 75.
130 Carl Braaten, History and Hermeneutics, v. 2 de New directions in theology today, org. William Hordern, Philadelphia, Westminster Press, 1966, ap. Habermas & Flew, Did Jesus rise from the dead?, p. 24.
131 Michael Green, The empty cross of Jesus, Downers Grove, InterVarsity Press, 1984, p. 97, ap. Ankerberg Weldon, Knowing the truth about the resurrection, p. 22, (grifo do autor).
137 A. N. Sherwin-White, Roman society and Roman law in the New Testament, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1963, p. 188-91.
138 Blomberg, Where do we start studying Jesus?, in: Wilkins &Moreland, Jesus underfire, p. 43 (grifo do autor).
139 Craig, The Son rise, p. 102, (grifo do autor). rises, p. 101
140 Julius Müller, The theory of myths, in its application to the gospel history, examined and confuted, London, John Chapman, 1844, p. 26, ap. Craig, The Son
141 Bíblia de estudo Vida, São Paulo, Vida, 1998
142 Michael Murphy, The two-sided game of Christian faith, in: John Warwick Montgomery, org., Christianity for the tough-minded, Minneapolis, Bethany House, 1973, p. 125, ap. Ankerberg & Weldon, Knowing the truth about the resurrection, p. 44.