Christianity makes bold historical claims and it is fair to say that if the claims of Christianity can be proven false the entire faith will be brought into disrepute. How can we know that the Gospel accounts of Jesus Christ and Luke’s accounts of his apostles in Acts are historically reliable?
In this episode of Table Talk, Tyrell is joined by writer, speaker, and broadcaster Jonathan McLatchie to discuss the reliability of the Gospels and Acts.
Episode 50: The Reliability of the Gospel and Acts
Posted by Radio Pulpit / Radiokansel on Thursday, 23 January 2020
Other resources mentioned in this episode
- Hidden in Plain View: Undesigned Coincidences in the Gospel and Acts by Lidia McGrew [Amazon Kindle]
- Horae Paulinie; or The Truth of the Scripture History of St. Paul Evinced by William Paley [Amazon Kindle]
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