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That depends on what you mean by "witnessed" because many truths have been uncovered through dreams of which there was no "eye account witness"
Regardless of the number of women at the tomb, there were plenty of witnesses to the death of Jesus and over 500 witnesses to seeing him after his death.
It is impossible to dream something which does not exist within the zeitgeist of your life. This includes colors, figures, speeches, objects, and so on. While we may think we "uncover" some truth in a dream, the reality of it is, that same "truth" exists in some form within the world already.
Originally posted by Wandering Scribe
reply to post by Deetermined
I'm still reading through the 17 pages of the thread you linked. However, 5 pages in, and so far this is all I have seen concerning that thread's sixth question concerning how many women were at the tomb on Sunday:
- "depends on the gospel" (page 2)
- "I really hope the rest of the questions are more intelligent" (page 3)
- "depends on your favorite account" (page 3)
- "who cares?" (page 5)
And other cop-out answers like that. The reason such a "trivial" question is important being: if the gospels, and God himself, cannot correctly count their witnesses, why should their accounts of other things be trusted? If you can directly link to a post which clarifies how 1, 2, 3, and more than three women could have all been to the tomb; or one where it is explained how Judas both hung himself, and simultaneously fell to the ground gutted I'd be much obliged.
~ Wandering Scribe