The 1st church, formed by the apostles in Jerusalem, were in c. AD 30 circulating the 1 Corinthians 15 creed.
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This is relevant because the teachings of the 1st church reflected that of witnesses.
In c. AD 30 Jerusalem, the ratio of true to false Jesus-biography circulating was overwhelming. The truth was pervasive and dominated.
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This is relevant because the creed was circulating in c. AD 30 in/around Jerusalem.
In AD 30-70, rather than deviating from what the relevant witnesses themselves would’ve said, the Jesus biography circulated by early Christians align with what eyewitnesses remembered and testified to.
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This is relevant because if the Jesus-biography of Christians tended to have originated form purported eyewitnesses themselves, then insofar as the 1 Cor 15 creeds claims are historical in nature, we can expect (all other things being equal) that it too was sourced by the relevant purported eyewitnesses.
Early Christians were circulating a lot of claims about Jesus and his ministry, death, and purported resurrection actions on Earth. As a matter of proportion, very few of these in AD 30-70 were fabrications or serious embellishments.
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This is relevant because if it was not invented, it’s most plausibly understood as originating from the relevant eyewitnesses itself. (Every other candidate source would inevitably be spinning a lie.)
The whole 1 Corinthians 15:5-7 content which Paul was allegedly passing down in fact was a complete fabrication by Paul himself. He made all the witneses and these appearances up.
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This is relevant because if Paul invented it, then it obviously is not a relaying of eyewitness testimony.