So it goes ...
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is this debating the resurrection?
That's a good question.
The debate boils down to this:
Q: What evidence is there for the Resurrection?
A: The testimony of Scripture, and the traditions of the early Church.
That is the foundation of my debate, and that is 'first' foundation of any debate, isn't it? I debate from the standpoint of the truth of scripture.
And really the question is, do you believe it, or do you not? Quite simple.
The Resurrection has always been a no-brainer for orthodox Christianity. So again, either accept it, or don't ... but you can't call yourself Christian, and qualify it according to what seems reasonable to you. Not unless you're seeking to reinvent Christianity in your own image.