Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 13)

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

Things are edited down to the section heading "One in a million events happen every month". I'll still need to rearrange the material here a little bit, along with the table of contents, after writing in the new materials and smoothing out the conclusion.


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Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 12)

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

Things are edited down to the section heading "More examples establishing the Bayes factor of a human testimony." There's also some rearrangement of the materials. I'm taking additional care around here because the dependence question is being addressed here.


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Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection
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Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 10)

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

This week, I switched around the order between considering James's and Paul's testimony, by placing Paul's stronger testimony first. That way, there's no doubt that this testimony carries the odds over to the side of being probable.

Things are still edited down to "Conclusion: there is in fact far more than enough evidence to overcome the prior. (part 4)"


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Bayesian evaluation for the likelihood of Christ's resurrection (edit 9)

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

This week, I edited down to the section starting "Conclusion: there is in fact far more than enough evidence to overcome the prior. (part 4)"


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