It goes without saying that the birth, life, death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ is filled with miraculous accounts and demonstrations that challenge non-believers and even some believers from a rational perspective. For the logical and evidentialist such claims require a tremendous degree of evidence and support to be fully understood and believed. For those who lived during that time in history, it's not as difficult to fathom and believe because of eyewitness accounts of Jesus' life, ministry and resurrection. Their proximity to the time and space of these events was of such that they could reach out and touch an eyewitness for verification and proof.
But for you and I, so much time has passed. There are so many questions. There are so many claims and challenges. The world has so much to say about and ask of Christ and Christianity that we often travel on the fringes of religion and doctrine in order to steer clear of the deep regret we feel because we can't defend our own faith, belief and trust in who Christ is. As long as no one asks me weather or not I understand apologetics or theism, then I'm OK. But, if I'm challenged at the point of my faith and belief in the account of Christ's resurrection, I won't have any eyewitness testimonies to tell you about. I won't be able to describe what it was like to touch the wounds of Jesus. I won't be able to pull out a blood stained cloth or take you to the place where he walked and talked with me. Your faith will have the dilemma of doubt.