This 31:26 video clip is excerpted from a debate on the resurrection of Christ between William Lane Craig and Robert M. Price.
From 19:09 to 24:14, Craig addresses Price’s contention that belief in the resurrection of Christ had its origins in pagan mythology. In doing so, Craig explains how Price’s theory emanates from the “history of religions” school of thought that rose during the turn of the century (19th to 20th) and was since abandoned. From 24:15 to 30:02 Craig addresses Price’s contention that 1 Corinthians 15:3-11 is an interpolation and was not part of the letter than Paul originally wrote. Craig uses evidence both external (24:15 to 26:20) and internal (26:21 to 30:02) to the biblical text to disprove Price’s contention. Included is a brief, but effective, reconciliation of 1 Corinthians 15 with Galatians 1. That is, Craig explains how Paul states in 1 Corinthians that he received the historical confession of the resurrection of Christ from the other apostles but the understanding of its import (i.e. “his gospel”) from the Lord Himself (26:21 to 27:04)