Would someone die for what they knew was a lie?

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A often used modern argument for the truth of the resurrection of Jesus is that of Martyrdom, the claim is that all of the apostles would have had first hand knowledge as to whether or not Jesus actually returned from the dead and confirmed that he was the Son of God. As they died rather than admit the account was false, this suggests that rather than just believe that it was true like other martyrs in other faiths, they knew it was true for a fact.

Counter Apologetics

  • People die for lies.
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