God made the body disappear and left a footprint. That is all you can say. No bodily resurrection. The spirit of Jesus was seen. The rest is just makeup stories = bodily resurrection. What do you think about that? Let me come with the true story about the crucifixion and the missing body and so on. It is from this book (scroll down to download it in english)...
What were the Words Spoken by Jesus before he Died on the Cross?
But when Jesus was led through the city, large multitudes followed him, and they shouted at him, scorned him and derided him; but Jesus answered them not.
And he was led by the guards unto the place which was called Calvary, where the condemned were crucified.
When Jesus passed through the gate of the city, he saw some women weeping. And he said: „Weep not over me, for my sufferings will soon be ended; weep for yourselves and the unborn generations, for many sorrows and great sufferings await them.“
But when they were come unto the place, the soldiers took from him his robe, and they bound him unto the cross, placing a piece of wood beneath his feet; this they did so as to prolong his sufferings.
But when the cross had been raised, the multitudes broke forth and gathered about him; and the people continued to deride and to mock Jesus; yea, many took stones and cast them upon his body. And the guards sought to drive away the multitudes, but time and again they returned.
And behold, it came to pass that the sun was darkened; for slowly a heavy, black veil was drawn across the heavens, covering the radiant circle of the sun; and close darkness fell everywhere, while the Earth was shaken to its very foundation.
Then, great fear and terror came upon them all; for many remembered the words of the prophets foretelling the destruction of the Earth, and they thought that the end was nigh. And terrified, they fled into the city, where they hid themselves in their houses for as long as the darkness prevailed.
But some of the followers of Jesus and some of the women remained at the foot of the cross.
And among the women was the mother of Jesus.
When darkness fell upon the Earth, in great fear she stretched her hands toward her son and she cried out: „My son, my son! Why did you not abide in the faith of your fathers? Behold, the Most High has forsaken you!“
But when Jesus heard the words, he said unto those who were with her: „Sustain her and comfort her, for her sufferings are very great.“
When he had said this, he felt his body weaken, and he prayed unto his Heavenly Father to forgive all who had sinned against him, who had sinned by condemning him unjustly.
And he prayed unto his Father for greater strength, that he might bear his sufferings with patience.
And God heard the prayer of Jesus.
And He sent unto him some of the Youngest, and Jesus felt his sufferings no more.
But when a time had passed, he lowered his head, and he said: „ Father, receive my spirit. “
And behold, then his spirit was delivered from the earthly body; and the Youngest who were with him brought him unto their Father’s Kingdom.
And God took him in His embrace, and He forgave him all in which he had failed in his life upon the Earth.
But they grieved with one another over the son and brother who still walked upon the Earth, grieved over the son and brother who had failed in the promise that he had given.
Was the Resurrection of Jesus Bodily or Spiritual?
When Jesus had died, some of his followers went unto Joseph of Arimathea; for they had often seen him among the people when Jesus spoke. And they besought him to seek leave for them from the Council to take the body of Jesus and to bury it.
And Joseph promised to speak to Caiaphas thereof.
But when he came unto them with the leave of the Council, he questioned them whether they had a place in which to lay the body of Jesus. But they answered him that they had no place. Then said Joseph: „Bring his body unto my garden, which I shall show you; for there in the rock is hewn a grave where I myself should be laid to rest. This place shall I give unto you, that the Master’s body may rest in peace!“
The followers and disciples of Jesus thanked him much for this gift.
But Joseph spoke not these words for the sake of Jesus, nor for the sake of the disciples, but for his own; for he had often heard it spoken that Jesus would rise from the dead and appear before them; therefore would he hold watch, that none should steal the body and thus be able to say: behold, he is risen from the dead!
But the disciples carried the body of Jesus unto the tomb, and the women anointed his body, wrapping it in white linen, and they laid it in the tomb and rolled a great stone to the door of the sepulchre.
When all this was done they left the garden, that together they might mourn over him who had departed from them.
Only Joseph remained, watching over the tomb until the light of day broke forth. Then he went back unto his home; for he knew that upon that day of rest, while the sun was high, none would remove the body.
And he pondered all day on how he might hinder that anyone should take the body of Jesus.
While he pondered, the Elder, the Servant of Darkness stood at his side and gave him evil counsel.
And when the last hour of the day of rest had passed, Joseph summoned an old servant and bade him to go with him unto the garden. And they took implements with them, that with these they might dig in the ground.
But when they were come unto the place they rolled away the stone and they laid upon the ground the white linen which had been spread upon the body of Jesus. Then they bore his body unto a distant corner of the garden and buried it in the earth. And they covered the place with branches, that none should see what they had done.
When they had accomplished this the dawn began to break, and they hastened back unto the tomb so as to return the stone to its place before the entrance.
But when they reached the place, Joseph heard a faint and distantvoice that said: „Brother, why did you this?“ And when he turned he saw the insubstantial form of the radiant figure of Jesus. And in great fear he fell unto the ground.
But when the old servant hastened to help his master, behold, he stood before the man whose body he had lately buried in the earth. And great fear and terror came upon him, and he fled from the garden.
When Joseph awoke to his senses the vision was gone, and he was alone. But he heard a distant voice which said: „Return the body of Jesus unto the place whence you took it; for should you not do this, then will your evil act bring much confusion upon mankind.“
But the Elder, the Servant of Darkness, stood at his side. And Darkness descended upon Joseph, while his heart was filled with fear, so that he dared not go back unto that place where he had laid the body of Jesus.
And he fled out of the garden unto his house.
But when he was come there, behold, there sat the old servant, wailing and lamenting upon the threshold, while many confused words issued from his mouth.
Then Joseph knew that this man was not able to keep silent upon that which he had seen.
And the Elder, the Servant of Darkness, whispered evil counsel unto him; and Joseph said: „Behold, I shall bring you a cup of wine, that you may be strengthened thereby, for that which you have seen has made you exceeding weak.“
Joseph brought him the wine, but in the cup was death.
And a while after the old man had drunk thereof, he fell back upon the ground, and his spirit departed from his body.
But Joseph went into his house, so as to be alone with his terror and with his remorse.
And when the day broke, the servants of the house found the old man. Some of the servants bore him inside, while others told their master of what had come to pass; and they all believed that the old man had died of infirmity, and none came to know that his master had taken his life.
But a while after Joseph had fled from the garden, some women came to mourn by the tomb and in stillness to talk of the one who had left them.
When they were come unto the place they saw that the stone was taken away from the sepulchre. And they wondered much and dared not enter therein; for they feared that someone lay hiding in the darkness.
But when they had spoken with one another on this, the woman who was Mary Magdalene said: „I will go therein, for I fear not.“
And when she stood by the hewn grave, she saw that it was empty, and she found the white shroud in disarray upon the ground.
And she returned in haste unto the waiting women, and she said: „He is gone! Perchance unto his Heavenly Father, as so often he said that he would? Or has someone taken away his body? Let us go unto the city and tell of what has come to pass!“
But as she turned to leave the garden, she saw before her the insubstantial form of a radiant figure, Jesus of Nazareth.
He smiled and stretched his hands toward her.
When Mary Magdalene saw him she cried out with joy: „Master, have you come back to us?“ And she ran forward to greet him.
But when she reached the place, he was no longer there.
And with sorrow she called unto the other two women and said: „I saw him, he was here; but he is gone once more. Stay in this place, that he shall not be alone, should he return to us again. I shall make haste unto the city and call upon Simon Peter and some of the others.“
And she hastened away.
The women who remained wondered at her words, for they had not seen Jesus of Nazareth. They saw only Mary Magdalene run forth, and they heard her cry out; but him they did not see.
And they said unto each other: „Let us seek him in the garden, for surely has he not gone far away.“
While they wandered about they searched everywhere, but they found him not.
Then one of the women said: „Let us look in the tomb; perchance he is hiding there.“
And they went therein.
But they saw only the empty grave, saw only the white shroud upon the ground. And disappointed they returned. And they agreed to go to meet the friends who were on their way.
When they had walked along the road in silence for some time, the woman who was Salome said: „Behold, I had a vision in the dark tomb; for I saw an angel in a radiant garb. He sat by the hewn grave, but a great fear tied my tongue so that until now I was afraid to speak thereof.“
The other woman, Mary, who was the mother of Jacob, one of the followers of Jesus, answered and said: „Surely, I had the same vision, but there were two angels; for I saw another behind the one sitting by the grave. His hand pointed upward and he spoke some words, but I could not distinguish them clearly.“
Salome, the woman who had spoken first, maintained that but one angel had sat by the grave. And they quarrelled heatedly and at length over something neither one had seen. For each had knowingly spoken falsely unto the other of her vision; for not all people are equally truthful, and these women would not be second to Mary Magdalene.
And later when Simon Peter, followed by certain of the disciples, came unto the place where the women awaited them, they both spoke of what they had seen in the darkness of the tomb. And they all wondered much.
Simon Peter and the others hastened unto the garden, and they searched everywhere; but they found him not.
And they saw that the tomb was empty, but him they did not see.
How many Times did Jesus Appear before the Apostles? Did he Speak to them?
But Simon Peter sent for the followers of Jesus — though not Judas Iscariot — and he asked them to meet him that evening at the house of Samuel the Water Bearer, that they might speak together of that which had come to pass.
When the hour was come and they were all assembled, Simon Peter said: „You have all heard that our beloved Brother and Master has appeared before Mary Magdalene. And I, and others with me, have searched the tomb, searched the garden, but we found him not. And we have sought him in many places in the city, but still we did not find him, none has seen him. I believe that he is ascended unto the Kingdom of Heaven, unto his Father, as often he said he would. Therefore, let us pray of the Lord God that He may grant us the joy once more to behold our beloved Master among us, so that from our heart’s conviction and our sure faith we may proclaim unto all that he was the Messiah, the Son of God.“
When Simon Peter had spoken thus, he prayed on behalf of them all.
And when his prayer was ended, behold, visible to all, Jesus of Nazareth stood by the upper end of the table and a bright radiance emanated from his body. And he raised his hands toward them, and he smiled and said: „Peace be with you!“
The followers of Jesus knew their Master’s countenance and they knew his voice, though it sounded faint and distant.
And they rose so as to embrace him and to greet him; but he vanished before their eyes.
And they all grieved that he had left them in such haste.
And it became known to the people in the city that the Nazarene 12 had risen from the dead and had ascended unto the Kingdom of Heaven, that he had appeared before his followers, and that a woman had seen him.
Then they all wondered much. Many believed the words, and many were converted from their life of sin and vice.
But Pilate and Caiaphas caused a search to be made everywhere for the body of Jesus, for they believed that his disciples had removed and hidden it.
But it was never found.
And in the following days Jesus was seen in diverse places by many; some saw him on the roads near Jerusalem, others saw him on the Mount of Olives, where he was wont to linger; some saw him at Bethesda, yea, he was even seen by the Sea of Galilee, and many had heard him speak.
But it was the same with these visions as with the visions of the angels that the women had seen at the tomb. Many false words were spoken of the resurrection of Jesus, for only few are entirely truthful.
The many reports of the Nazarene also reached Joseph of Arimathea.
And again the distant voice sounded unto him. And it spoke: „Go unto the Council and tell of that which you did; for you know that the spirit of Jesus lives; for you know that his body is dead, and you know where it is to be found.“
But Joseph dared not reveal his evil deed, for he feared to lose his dignity, feared to lose his esteem.
And he remained silent. —
Thus was it on account of the doubter and murderer Joseph of Arimathea that the false belief in the bodily resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth spread abroad among the people.