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Podcast: What if Science Proved Jesus Did Not Rise From the Dead?

Greg responds to an accusation from Richard Dawkins and considers a hypothetical situation where scientists prove that Jesus did not rise from the dead. He also confesses which worldview he would adopt if he were to leave Christianity.

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