With Easter just last weekend, I decided to share with the kids some historical and prevailing Anti-Resurrection theories. I debated how to present the material to the kids, and ended up doodling some stick figure representations of different ideas that people argue against the Resurrection. We used those as a springboard for discussion. The kids would make their own predictions about the theory and then we would tear it down with other background knowledge, Scripture, or logic.
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"Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have come to believe." ~John 20:29
"If Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile." ~1 Corinthians 15:17
And by looking at the questions/answers of YouCat 96, 98, 101, 103-108, especially paragraph 105:
"The disciples who before had lost all hope, came to believe in Jesus' Resurrection because they saw him in a different way after his death, spoke with him, and experienced him as being alive."
(I love the YouCat, btw)
Anyways, I didn't set out to have a lesson to share, but here is the handout that we used. Not super high quality, but available if someone else has a use for it.
Click here for the printable: