"Critical historians must start by assessing available evidence on the basis of what they know about what's probable or impossible, possible or impossible. They therefore must start by dismissing miracle stories [the resurrection] out of hand."
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This important admission that miracle stories "must be dismissed" before historical investigation begins (based upon naturalistic a priori assumptions) comes from Anthony Flew, in his debate with Gary Habermas. Did Jeus Rise from the Dead? (Harper and Row, 1987), 63.