Gary Habermas defends the resurrection of the historical Jesus with a minimal facts approach, using himself and the stage as a visual timeline (Habermas calls himself “a human powerpoint”). The working assumption of his argument is the critical consensus (not evangelical consensus) of reliable biblical texts.
This visual presentation per se doesn’t begin until 10:11, As Habermas makes many preliminary comments.
(In the preliminary portion, Habermas mentions his PhD dissertation at Michigan State University, the subject of which was the resurrection of Christ. You can find a copy of that dissertation here.)