As Christians, we look to the Bible for truth. And it is absolutely clear that the Bible teaches about the sinless life of Christ, His miracles, His crucifixion and death on the cross, His burial, and His resurrection. All Christians believe (or should believe) in these things, and should be persuaded by what the Bible says about them.
But what about those who don’t believe the Bible? If atheists, naturalists, etc., are right, and the resurrection of Jesus is not true, then all of Christianity is false and we (Christians) are to be most pitied and are left in our sins (1 Corinthians 15:12-19). But if Jesus Christ was indeed raised from the dead, then all His statements are true and all His miracles actually did happen.
British lawyer, Sir Edward Clarke (King’s Counsel) in a letter to E. L. Macassey:
“As a lawyer I have made a prolonged study of the evidences for the events of the first Easter Day. To me the evidence is conclusive, and over and over again in the High Court I have secured the verdict on evidence not nearly so compelling… as a lawyer I accept [the Gospel evidence for the resurrection] unreservedly as the testimony of truthful men to facts they were able to substantiate.” Basic Christianity (J.R.W. Stott, Page 58, online)
According to Simon Greenleaf (Harvard Professor and world renowned expert on evidence):
“It was therefore impossible that they [the apostles] could have persisted in affirming the truths they have narrated, had not Jesus actually risen from the dead, and had they not known this fact as certainly as they knew any other fact.” The Testimony of the Evangelists: Examined by the Rules of EvidenceAdministered in Courts of Justice (Page 29, online)