Review: The Historical Reliability of the New Testament


33236065Questions about the reliability of the New Testament are commonplace in twenty-first-century life. Many of these questions propose a serious challenge to the average churchgoing Christian. Can we be sure that the Gospel narratives provide accurate information concerning Jesus? If so, why are there contradictions among these accounts? How do we know that we have all of the New Testament books? How do we know the New Testament books possess the actual words written by the New Testament authors? It is here that The Historical Reliability of the New Testament: Countering the Challenges to Evangelical Christian Beliefs by Craig L. Blomberg offers readers a massive, accessible and comprehensive resource defending the historical veracity of the New Testament as Christian Scripture.

Craig L. Blomberg is no stranger to the broad-stroked conversation surrounding the reliability of the New Testament. In fact, The Historical Reliability of the New Testament is the culmination of…

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