Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John are the four gospel accounts included in the New Testament. They tell the story of the life, teachings, and ministry of Jesus Christ while He was on earth. How can Christians know if they are true? Is there really evidence these events actually happened?
Can We Trust the Gospels? is an accessible introduction to the historical and theological reliability of the four Gospels, written by New Testament scholar Peter J. Williams. Explore evidence from a variety of non-Christian sources, examine how accurately the four accounts reflect the cultural context of their time, compare different accounts of crucial events, and consider how these texts were handed down throughout the centuries. This book was written for the scholar, the skeptic, and everyone in between. Find answers to common objections raised against the historicity of the Gospels in order to foster trust in God's Word.
- 160 pages
- Published by Crossway
- Written by Peter J. Williams
- What Do Non-Christian Sources Say?
- What Are the Four Gospels?
- Did the Gospel Authors Know Their Stuff?
- Undesigned Coincidences
- Do We Have Jesus's Actual Words?
- Has the Text Changed?
- What about Contradictions?
- Who Would Make This All Up?