Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 96)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection.

I've made some pretty big changes, in anticipation of getting things ready for Easter. As of this update, things are mostly edited down to "Simulation and code: The number of "outliers" decides the case.", although there are things above that which will need to be cleaned up, and things below that which need to be updated.

I'll continue to update some more things as the week goes on.


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Orthodoxy vs. living out the Gospel: which is more important?
Basic Bayesian reasoning: a better way to think (Part 1)
Another post, from the table of contents

Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 95)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection.

Through this week, I'll still be editing things to bring things in line with a full Bayesian analysis with an alternate hypothesis, still on the section titled "Empirical evidence from the historical figures of antiquity".


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The want of a mate
Sherlock Bayes, logical detective: a murder mystery game
Another post, from the table of contents

Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 94)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection.

I'm still editing things to bring things in line with a full Bayesian analysis with an alternate hypothesis - essentially, the "x =" vs. "x >" issue. I'm continuing on the section titled "Empirical evidence from the historical figures of antiquity", about to make the comparison with Tiberius.


You may next want to read:
The Gospel: the central message of Christianity (part 1)
On becoming a good person
Another post, from the table of contents

Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 93)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection.

I'm still editing things to bring things in line with a full Bayesian analysis with an alternate hypothesis - essentially, the "x =" vs. "x >" issue. I'm continuing on the section titled "Empirical evidence from the historical figures of antiquity".


You may next want to read:
The Gospel according to Disney's "Frozen"
A record of the total solar eclipse
Another post, from the table of contents

Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 92)

I'm continuing to work on editing Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection.

I'm still editing things to bring things in line with a full Bayesian analysis with an alternate hypothesis - essentially, the "x =" vs. "x >" issue. I've edited things down to "empirical evidence from the historical figures of antiquity".


You may next want to read:
My facebook post on Easter
The intellect trap
Another post, from the table of contents