In Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth, liberal Muslim Reza Aslan argues that Jesus was a failed jihadist (in Reza's abuse of first-century terms, a "zealot"), who was executed by the Roman Empire on charges of sedition. Many critics (myself included) find Reza's portrait of a "Jihadist Jesus" laughable, along with his pick-and-choose-whatever-helps-my-case method of scriptural interpretation. However, some of Reza's admissions concerning the Historical Jesus are even more interesting than his blunders, especially when these admissions thoroughly contradict the clear teachings of the Qur'an. In the following video, Historical Jesus scholar Mike Licona joins Sam and me on "Jesus or Muhammad?" for a discussion of Reza's claims about the resurrection of Jesus.