Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter defends his belief in the resurrection, says he doesn’t need scientific proof

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Former US President Jimmy Carter is a Sunday School teacher at Marantha Baptist Church in Plains, Georgia on Sunday.Reuters

Former President Jimmy Carter defended his belief in the resurrection of Jesus and that for him there is no need for scientific proof to confirm this.

Carter shared his views on the Bible and the resurrection of Jesus during an interview with New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristoff.

The 39th president of the United States said he accepts the overall message of the Bible as true, as well as the miracles described in the New Testament. That includes the Virgin birth and the Resurrection.

Kristoff argued that it would be hard to believe in any story involving people being brought back to life. He pointed out that a man from the Middle

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