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How Can We Trust the Gospels as Eyewitness Accounts? (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #107)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner answers listener email and discusses the nature of the New Testament Gospels. Can they legitimately be considered “eyewitness accounts”? If so, how do we overcome the fact that they would not qualify as anything other than “hearsay” accounts in a …

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Good Reasons to Trust the Gospels As Eyewitness Accounts (Video)

J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Lee Strobel and describes the investigative template he used to investigate the reliability of the New Testament Gospels. This clip is excerpted from a Sunday morning service at Woodlands Church in Woodlands, Texas. To see more interview videos with J. Warner Wallace, visit the …

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4 Reasons We Should Accept the Gospels As Eyewitness Accounts

In the movie, God’s Not Dead 2, I was asked to defend the historicity of Jesus and the eyewitness reliability of the Gospels. Many skeptics reject the eyewitness authority of the Gospel accounts, even though the early Church selected and embraced the canonical Gospels based primarily on the eyewitness authority …

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Are the Gospels Eyewitness Accounts? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace answers the following objection: “Christians like to call the Gospels ‘eyewitness accounts,’ but why should we take them seriously as ‘eyewitness’ testimony when the authors don’t say anything about being eyewitnesses and the accounts clearly contain descriptions of events (like the virgin conception, birth narratives, and private …

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Are the Gospels Eyewitness Accounts? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #3)

In this Cold-Case Christianity video broadcast / podcast, J. Warner makes a case for the eyewitness status of the New Testament Gospel accounts. Is it appropriate to evaluate these accounts as eyewitness statements? Were they intended to be read in this manner? Jim provides several reasons to accept the accounts …

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