CENTRO DE SIMULACION COMPUTACIONAL PARA APLICACIONES TECNOLOGICAS
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
congresos y reuniones científicas
Advances in statistical analysis of a scripture episode
GUILLERMO A. FRANK, LUIS E. FRANK
Congreso; Joint Statistical Meetings 2013; 2013
American Statistical Association
The biblical scene of the open sepulchre comes to us through four written narrations (Matthew 28:1-11, Mark 16:1-11, Luke 24:1-12 and Jn 20:1-18). The gospels inform us that the scene was eyewitnessed by several women (Mark 16:1, Luke 24:10), and was further inspected by Peter and the other disciple (Luke 24:12, John 20:3). Soon after, the announcement reached the "chief priests" (Matthew 28:11), and the "disciples comunity" (Luke 24:10, John 20:10). Nicodemus or Joseph of Arimathea, or others, could have carried out the testimony from the Sanhedrin, and somehow mix it with the one at the disciples comunity. This could have been the basic material used in the writing process of the gospels.