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Can We Trust the Gospels? Part 4 - How do sceptics explain the data?

Date recorded: 26 Sep 2020 | Speaker: Peter J. Williams | Event: Master Class
Topic: Bible

Description

The Gospels―Matthew, Mark, Luke, John―are four accounts of Jesus’s life and teachings while on earth.  But should we accept them as historically accurate?  What evidence is there that the recorded events actually happened?  This seminar will cover the nature and content of the Gospels and discuss how to respond to critics who doubt their historical reliability. This presentation is in five parts. 

Part 4 - How do sceptics explain the data? Sceptical approaches to the Gospels often have a predictable anatomy.  This session will evaluate the method and claims of a leading sceptic, Professor Bart D. Ehrman.