Why isn’t the Resurrection of Jesus mentioned as historical fact in College History Text Books?

If the evidence for the Resurrection were as strong as the evidence for any other alleged event in Antiquity, as many Christian apologists claim, why is it that not one single secular university in the United States uses a course book in its history classes that lists as historical fact the Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth? And even more, I would bet that not one single history text book in these same universities lists Jesus as an historical figure along with Herod the Great, Julius Caesar, Philo, etc.

It’s not history, folks. It’s religious legend.

I know the Christian response will be: There is a conspiracy in secular universities against Christianity, but this is the typical response of a cult.


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