You can't be Christian if you don't believe in the resurrection, says former Queen's chaplain
About half of the people with whom I've worked don't believe in the Resurrection, and they are regular attendees at worship. Weird, isn't it? It's as if believing in such would make others think them superstitious dolts.
I have two bachelor's, three master's, and two doctoral degrees, in a mixture of disciplines both sacred and secular, and have no difficulty in understanding the meaning and power of resurrection; or of admitting it. Or of bragging, apparently.