Three important things to remember about the Resurrection:
1. The Resurrection actually happened. The New Testament doesn't treat it like a myth or just a story. It treats it like an actual event in human history.
2. There is mystery to the Resurrection. In scripture, Jesus has a physical, resurrected body that his disciples are able to touch. But, he is also able to appear and disappear in different rooms. There is a lot that we can't explain about the resurrection. Acknowledging that there is mystery with the resurrection doesn't undermine the belief that the resurrection happened. Mystery is a part of life.
3. We can't prove, or disprove, the Resurrection. The resurrection isn't something that we, today, can observe ourselves directly. It happened in history, so we rely on the eyewitness testimony of those who claim to have witnessed the resurrection of Jesus. We see this testimony in the early church. We can see how the early church hoped for a future resurrection when Jesus would return, but how that hope also changed their lives. The early church was defined by the resurrection and it changed how they treated one another and the people around them.