The resurrection of Jesus Christ is in the four gospels. There were eye witnesses to his ascension. Resurrection can’t occur unless death has taken place. True, there are scoffers and doubters. But for those who are determined to refute the evidence, there are other accounts of the resurrection if they don’t want to rely on the Bible account alone. Josephus is just one of these sources and speaks of Christ and reports on events surrounding him.
This brings us to the resurrection chapter. It’s I Corinthians 15 and opens with the gospel (verses 1 thru 4). The apostle Paul talks about these scoffers. But a review of Matthew 27:52-54 would have to give one pause. Believers who were dead arose and went into Jerusalem right after Jesus died. It’s an account worth studying.
The remainder of I Corinthians 15 from verse 38 to 58 relates how a corruptible body will become incorruptible. Like Adam, mankind has an earthly body that is perishable because of sin. But once the gospel is believed (man has turned from sin and believes that Christ died, was buried and resurrected) so that man can be saved, mortals will become immortal. It’s in verse 53. Just remember to do the believing; real, honest, sincere, through-and-through believing here on this earth before ‘the twinkling of an eye’. When is that? Only God knows.