I've seen a few Christian arguments for (proof of) the resurrection of Jesus. As I've mentioned previously, most of the evidence they use comes from the bible itself. One of the articles on apologetics.com had a very interesting argument that the very existence of Christianity is proof of the resurrection of Jesus. I'll quote the whole section below before I comment on it:
One of the central tenets of Christianity is that Jesus was crucified for the sins of humanity and then rose from the dead three days later. Rising from the dead is a pretty spectacular stunt. In fact, many Christian apologetics site hold this up as the singular reason for believing Christianity is true. So what makes people believe that a Jewish Rabbi pulled it off 2000 years ago?