In the video presentation, Paul Maier described what would have been the account if Peter and the other disciples had invented the resurrection story. They, not the women, would have been the first eyewitnesses. Why is it significant that the Bible records women as the first to report Christ’s resurrection?

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      I just said this in my last post, so maybe I misunderstood the previous question, but because the women are the first to report Christ’s resurrection AND the men believing the women, means that the events were real and true. If they wanted a good story, they would have had the men be the ones to “see” Jesus and they would have the authority and seal of a man’s word. Since the people believed the women and continued on in telling others about Jesus, the information gained was true.

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