Historical Reliability of the Gospels
Study By: James M. Arlandson
This study by Arlandson is a 15 chapter apologetics book on the reliability of the Gospels. He looks at many different aspects of the reliability of the Gospel accounts of Christ, the source and transmission of these accounts (including the Q document), and many other questions involved in the reliability and origin.
CONTENTS of Historical Reliability of the Gospels
1. The Historical Reliability of the Gospels
2. Archaeology and the Synoptic Gospels: Which way do the rocks roll?
3. Archaeology and John’s Gospel: Is skepticism chic passé?
4. Did Jesus Even Exist?
5. The Gospel Traditions: Melt in your mouth?
6. Reliable Gospel Transmissions
7. What is the Q ‘Gospel’? The Gospel According to ‘St Q’?
8. Did Some Disciples Take Notes During Jesus’ Ministry?
9. Authoritative Testimony in Matthew’s Gospel
10. Eyewitness Testimony in Mark’s Gospel
11. Eyewitness Testimony in Luke’s Gospel
12. Eyewitness Testimony in John’s Gospel
13. Are There Contradictions in the Gospels?
14. Similarities among John’s Gospel and the Synoptic Gospels
15. The Historical Reliability of the Gospels: Summary and Conclusion
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- Gray-Inspiration of the Bible: Definition, Extent, & Proof
- Bryant, R. – Inspiration and Revelation
- Boettner The Inspiration Of Scripture
- Arlandson, J.M. – Historical Reliability of the Gospels
- Alexander Authenticity Inspiration & Canonical Authority of Scripture
|Date:||February 4, 2015|