"It's Christian scholar vs Christian scholar... is there sufficient evidence to support groups of people who saw a risen Jesus, and thereby create a problem for a naturalistic hypothesis like a hallucination? Dr. Andrew Loke puts forth some bold claims, and Dr. Dale Allison knocks them down... but in a different interview, so Paulogia had to put them together for you."
I love it when Christian scholars significantly disagree about historical evidence for the Biblical stories. This is special because the debunking scholar essentially debunks Christianity but still is a believer. Is a nice example of cognitive dissonance that still has a way to go for full rejection of the myth.