Back in November, 2017, I posted a survey on Twitter asking if Christianity requires the historical resurrection of Jesus. A couple days ago, I posted a similar survey with a few notable differences. First, while the original survey was directed to everyone, this survey was targeted at Christians; second, while the original survey only had two options, the new survey had four. You can see the results from the 2017 survey as well as my explanation for how/why some Christians believe the resurrection is not necessary by clicking my article “Does Christianity need a resurrected Jesus?”
And here are the new survey results:
A survey for Christians:
If you became convinced that the bones of Jesus had been discovered in an ossuary just outside Jerusalem, would you renounce Christianity as false?
— Tentative Apologist (@RandalRauser) July 16, 2018