J. Warner Wallace makes the case that through the early Church Fathers we can see that the message of the New Testament has not been changed over the centuries. Some… Read more Can we construct the entire New Testament from the writings of the Church Fathers? →
When we think of the reliability of the Bible, most evidence given is for the New Testament. But what about the Old Testament? J. Warner Wallace gives some good sources… Read more The Case for the Reliability of the Old Testament →
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The idea that Jesus never even existed is accepted by virtually no mainstream historians. The reason is because we have not only a lot, but very early attestation to the… Read more Do we have proof Jesus was a historical figure? →
Here is an article that lays out some evidence for the late date of the Exodus. I agree that there is evidence for an Exodus, and I also tend toward… Read more The Historicity of the Exodus →
Straight from his new book, Can We Trust The Gospels? Peter J. Williams makes the case that the disciples accurately recorded the words of Jesus. The Gospels are trustworthy and worth… Read more Do We Have Jesus’ Actual Words? →
Can we trust the Gospels? Peter Williams, of Cambridge University, says yes in his newest book. I’ve read this book and it is great, especially for someone new to the… Read more Can We Trust the Gospels? Interview With Author Peter Williams →
Here is a short video that explains why we can be confident that the New Testaments we read today are translations of the original. There may be variations in the manuscripts, but these differences are minor and easily sorted out by text criticists. The text you have today is based on the original.