The Reliability of the New Testament (Part 2)

How do we know that the Bible is reliable? How do we know whether the words we have in our Bibles are the words that were written and how do we know that the words that we have describe real historical events? In this episode of Thinking Theology, we’re thinking about the question of the historical reliability of the New Testament. How do we know whether the events in the New Testament really happened?

How do we know that the Bible is reliable? How do we know whether the words we have in our Bibles are the words that were written and how do we know that the words that we have describe real historical events?

In this episode of Thinking Theology, we’re thinking about the question of the historical reliability of the New Testament. How do we know whether the events in the New Testament really happened?

(Also available now is the Thinking Theology Daily Bible podcast. You can find it at: thinkingtheologydailybible.transistor.fm)

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