Muslims often ask such questions as this: "If Christ was God, who ruled the world when
Christ was in the grave?" No one who believed the doctrine of the Trinity would ask such a
156. M. We want logical1 proof, and what you say falls short of that.
C. Different2 subjects require different kinds of proof. Were I to demand from you
chemical proof of Alexander the Great's existence, or historical proof of the
composition of water, or mathematical proof of the resurrection of the dead, you would justly
declare the demand absurd. What kind of proof convinces you of the truth of the doctrine of the
resurrection of the dead, of life after death, of rewards and punishments in the next world?