No disrespect intended. Please correct me. The Resurrection story is quite befuddling to say the least. The Gospels tell varied and intriguing accounts. There's many places to start but I am confused right off by the disciples being terrified when Jesus appeared before them as described in Luke 24:36.They were certain he was dead. However, Mark 14:50 tells us that no disciple witnessed the previous three days events. Confusing too is when Jesus attempts to convince them that he indeed was resurrected. In Luke 14:38-43 he says, "Behold my hands and feet, that it is I myself; handle me, and see; for a spirit has not flesh and bones as you see I have." In Luke 24:41-43 Jesus further verified his physical body by eating, indicating he required nourishment. Once again confusing. In Luke 20:34-36 regarding the seven brothers with one wife, Jesus discredited the Sadducees false notion about resurrection -- He said, "they (the brothers) cannot die anymore and are equal to angels and are sons of God, being sons of the resurrection." Did Jesus confirm in Luke 20:34-36 that a resurrected body is in fact a spirit? Taken as a whole is that not confounding the explanation that He was flesh and required nourishment after His Resurection?