Reliability of the Gospels | The Defenders Conference 2019 – Gospel Differences Panel Discussion – YouTube

Hear a scholarly discussion on how to define the “Reliability” of the Gospels from: The Defenders Conference 2019 - Gospel Differences Panel Discussion - YouTube https://t.co/n3wn0BCjep — Lamb's Harbinger (aka Samwise🌋Gamgee Kean) (@LambsHarbinger) October 28, 2019 OTHER RESOURCES: I made a couple of tactical mistakes:1. not challenging his substitution of my word ‘headlong’ by ‘headfirst’ …

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5 Major Reasons I Still Believe Jesus

I accept the gospels, not b/c of their inerrancy, but b/c of their having been received/approved by a community as accurate to their accounts, which accounts undermined the Roman Empire & 2nd Temple Judaism. I believe it just as I believe indigenous history v. USA’s version. — Lamb's Harbinger (aka @OtterFella) (@LambsHarbinger) October 24, 2019 …

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Spoiler Alert: Stuff in the Bible Happened a Long, Long Time Ago

2532 years ago, on August 29, 520 BCE, according to Haggai 1:1, God gave the command to rebuild Israel’s temple, destroyed by the Babylonians in 587 BC.That’s a long time ago, is all I’m saying. — Read on peteenns.com/spoiler-alert-stuff-in-the-bible-happened-a-long-long-time-ago/

Didache – Ancient History Encyclopedia

The Didache (Koine Greek: διδαχή), also known as “The Teaching,” or, “The... — Read on http://www.ancient.eu/Didache/ As the above article indicates, scholars disagree about the date of authorship for the Didache, but scholars do agree external evidences (quotations by Eusebius) show a probability of 4th C. To me, this accounts for the prescription of a …

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