The New Testament recounts encounters between resurrected Jesus and individuals like Mary Magdalene, Peter, Thomas, and groups like other women aware of Jesus, the apostles, two disciples on road to Emmaus, and five hundred brethren. These accounts substantiate the historical affirmation of Jesus' resurrection. They also underline the integrity of early Christians who shared their faith despite facing adversities, and oftentimes death. Such resolute belief forms the foundation of all biblical miracles and affirms Jesus's divinity. The resurrection thus summarizes the core principle of Christian faith.