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Can We Trust the Gospels? is an introduction to the historical and theological reliability of the Gospels for skeptics, scholars—and everybody in between. Peter J. Williams answers questions about how the accounts were handed down throughout history and addresses objections that they're historical fiction, were imposed on the early church by a council, or were simply created to fit existing messianic prophecies.
Number of Pages: 160
Publication Date: 2018
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Peter J. Williams (PhD, University of Cambridge) is the principal of Tyndale House and the consulting editor and coordinator of this project. He is also chair of the International Greek New Testament Project, which is producing the largest scholarly edition ever attempted of a single book of the New Testament, namely the Editio Critica Maior of John's Gospel. He is the author of Early Syriac Translation Technique and the Textual Criticism of the Greek Gospels.