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Matthew 28:11 - 28:15

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In this discourse, Steve Gregg examines the events after the resurrection of Jesus as described in Matthew 28:11-15. The passage includes the account of the guards who witnessed the resurrection and how the chief priests attempted to suppress the story. Gregg points out that the guards' witness and the wounds on the corpse they saw support the reality of the resurrection. Moreover, the skeptic's argument for a missing body does not hold up against the evidence and historical context presented in the text.

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