If [it is] correct that historians cannot say anything about God, they are also restrained from assigning any intrinsic probability to the resurrection of Jesus. Said another way, if historians cannot investigate the claim "God raised Jesus from the dead," because "God" as the cause makes it a theological rather than historical matter, they likewise cannot say that it is improbable that miracles occur, since such a work of God is likewise a matter for theologians and philosophers.--Michael R. Licona, The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach, p. 176.
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