If the story of the Resurrection had been fabricated, it’s highly unlikely that the authors would have included women as main characters. Luke, however, records women playing an extraordinary role in the days following Jesus’ reappearance. Alistair Begg explains how this detail validates the authenticity of the gospels as he highlights various scenes in which women are central. We can be encouraged that God has always used His Word—often carried by unexpected people—to proclaim His power.
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