Jews and other critics of Christianity in AD 30 Jerusalem never visually demonstrated that Jesus's body was still in its tomb. [Full article.]
But so what? Couldn't it simply be that…
• …they couldn't locate Jesus's grave?”2
• …they couldn't prove the (decomposed) corpse was Jesus's?3
Mary visited Jesus's tomb and found that it was empty. [Full article].
In AD 30, the public stance of the Jerusalem Jews was that, “Yes, Jesus's body is gone from its tomb”, crying “theft!”.1 [Full article.]
But so what? Plausibly…
Whoever started the claim that “Jesus's body is gone from it's tomb” was not telling a apologetics-motivated lie. [Full article.]
But so what? Perhaps it was Mary; she mistook an empty tomb for Jesus's?
Christians in AD 30 [were not saying that Jesus's body was gone from its tomb. [Full article.] This is relevant because Christians would have known if Jesus's tomb was empty, and they would have reported it.
After being crucified, Jesus's body was in fact not transferred to a tomb. [Full article.]