From Good News, vol. 6, no. 5, May 1993, p. 30.

A Skeptical Challenge

Dear Editor,

I would like to announce to the readership of Good News a two-thousand dollar opportunity for defenders of the Bible's inerrancy. The editor of The Skeptical Review, a publication which criticizes biblical inerrancy, and Ralph Nielsen have each put up $1,000 which they will award to anyone who can produce a harmonization of the accounts of the resurrection in the four gospels, Acts, and 1 Corinthians 15. All you have to do to collect the money and prove the skeptics wrong is write a single narrative which includes every event and detail in these accounts without producing any inconsistency or contradiction or adding anything which is purely speculative. This offer has already been publicized in the Summer 1992 issue of The Skeptical Review, among whose recipients were Wayne Jackson, Gleason Archer, Robert Morey, and James White. So far, the prize has gone unclaimed. For those who wish to claim the prize, or anyone who would like a one-year free subscription, write to The Skeptical Review, P.O. Box 617, Canton, IL 61520-0617.

Jim Lippard