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  • Author: Morison, Frank
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  • Tab Name: Who Moved the Stone

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Who Moved the Stone

Who Moved the Stone? is considered by many to be a classic apologetic on the subject of the Resurrection. Morison includes a vivid and poignant account of Christ's betrayal, trial, and death as a backdrop to his retelling of the climatic Resurrection itself.

The author originally set out to write a historical paper debunking the story of Jesus, which he planned on calling Jesus – the Last Phase.

However, the agnostic author, Albert Henry Ross (Frank Morison is a pseudonym) discovered that it his original premise wasn't true. Instead he wrote the book that has since become a world wide best seller. The book was published in 1930 and has been repeatedly reprinted (in 1944, 1955, 1958, 1962, 1977, 1981, 1983, 1987, 1996 and 2006). Many people have become Christian after reading the book, and some have used the work as a reference for more work on the subject.

Who Moved The Stone is not a theological text, and does not pretend to answer the question of who Jesus is and what his death and resurrection meant. Instead, Morison digs through the material to paint a very clear picture of what happened on that weekend over two thousand years ago. His research and methodology are impressive.

Table of Contents
01. The Book That Refused To Be Written
02. The Real Case Against The Prisoner
03. What Happened Before Midnight On Thursday
04. A Psychological Parallelogram Of Forces
05. The Situation On Friday Afternoon
06. Thirty-Six Hours Later
07. On The Behavior Of Two Sisters And The Men Who Fled In The Night
08. Between Sunset And Dawn
09. The Historic Crux Of The Problem
10. The Evidence Of The Principal Fisherman
11. The Evidence Of The Prisoner’s Brother
12. The Evidence Of The Man From Tarsus
13. The Witness Of The Great Stone
14. Some Realities Of That Far-Off Morning
15. The Servant of the Priest

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