and that he was seen to Cephas, and after these things to eleven;
afterward he was seen to more than five hundred brethren together, of which many live yet, but some be dead [+of which many dwell till to yet/dwell to now, forsooth some have slept, or died];
afterward he was seen to James, and afterward to all the apostles.
And last of all he was seen also to me, as to a dead born child [as to a mis-born child].
For I am the least of the apostles, that am not worthy to be called apostle, for I pursued the church of God.
But by the grace of God I am that thing that I am; and his grace was not void in me [and his grace was not void, or idle, in me]. For I travailed more plenteously than all they [But I travailed more plenteously than all they]; but not I, but the grace of God with me.
But whether I, or they, so we have preached, and so ye have believed.
And if Christ is preached, that he rose again from death [from dead], how say some men among you [how say some in you], that the again-rising of dead men is not?
And if the again-rising of dead men is not, neither Christ rose again from death [neither Christ rose again].
And if Christ rose not, our preaching is vain, our faith is vain.
[Forsooth] And we be found false witnesses of God, for we have said witnessing against God, that he raised Christ, whom he raised not, if dead men rise not again.