Mark 16:11

And when they heard that Jesus was alive and had been seen by Mary from Magdala, they refused to believe it.

Luke 24:11

But these words seemed as nonsense to the apostles, and they refused to believe the women. {{Some ancient authorities do not include verse

Mark 16:13-14

And these two men went and told about their encounter with Jesus to the rest of the disciples, but they did not believe them either.

Mark 16:13

And these two men went and told about their encounter with Jesus to the rest of the disciples, but they did not believe them either.

Mark 16:13

And these two men went and told about their encounter with Jesus to the rest of the disciples, but they did not believe them either.

Mark 9:19

Jesus said to them, "You generation of faithless people How long must I be with you [i.e., before you understand]? How long do I have to be patient with you? Bring the sick boy to me."

Luke 24:23-35

When they did not find Jesus' body they came and told us that they had also seen a vision of angels who said Jesus was alive.

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Summary

And they, when they had heard that he was alive, and had been seen of her, believed not.

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Believed

Mark 16:13
And these two men went and told about their encounter with Jesus to the rest of the disciples, but they did not believe them either.
Mark 9:19
Jesus said to them, "You generation of faithless people How long must I be with you [i.e., before you understand]? How long do I have to be patient with you? Bring the sick boy to me."
Luke 24:11
But these words seemed as nonsense to the apostles, and they refused to believe the women. {{Some ancient authorities do not include verse

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Luke 24:10
Now the women who told these things to the apostles were Mary from Magdala; Joanna [Note: This was the wife of Chuzas, Herod's property manager. See Luke 8:3], and other women who were with them.