In this segment we find further misreading and misapplication; it goes to show that someone coming to the text with preconceived notions continues attempting to validate their own preconceived notions rather than allowing the text to speak for itself.
Also, we now go beyond discussing the resurrection body and get into some issues related to the Baha'i Faith itself; what it is and how it functions—including their belief that their fonder, Baha'u'llah, is the return of Christ, that the second coming has already occurred.
Hereinafter is a clip from Lee Strobel’s good ol′ show “Faith Under Fire.”
William Lane Craig and Richard Carrier discuss the resurrection of the Messiah Jesus.
Note that Richard Carrier references “alternative explanations of the evidence” and proceeds to ignore William Lane Craig’s five points by turning to speculation and, most importantly, seeking to gain adherence to his very own theology.
If I did not believe in spiritual warfare considering such question as "How many days was Jesus in the tomb?" would convince me. This is because such questions are indicative of the veil that hangs over the eyes and minds of unbelievers. That the Bible is read, considered, dissected like no other written text surely says something about the continuing warfare.
Let us begin with Matthew 12:39-40 in considering what the Bible reports as to how much time Jesus spent in the tomb, as Jesus states:
Having provided copious evidences from the Bible that the resurrection is physical (see here and here) I have been lead to elucidate a particular aspect: the natural verses the spiritual-body. Note that the Bible makes reference to: spirit, body and spiritual body.
Note that, as it where, at one extreme there is spirit (pneuma). At the other there is the body; aka natural body (soma).