Can We Trust the Gospels?
Dr. Michael Horton - White Horse Inn
Published on 09/06/2020
Most people believe that Jesus was a real person who lived in first-century Palestine. But what about the stories told of him in the four Gospels? Do they present an authentic account of Jesus’ life and teaching, or should we think of them as late and unreliable texts that have changed over time? On this program, Shane Rosenthal discusses these questions with Cambridge scholar Peter Williams. In his book Can We Trust the Gospels?, Dr. Williams makes a case for the authenticity and historical reliability of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. For a donation of $100, we will send you a copy of Michael Horton’s two-volume work, Justification. For a donation of $50, we will send your choice of either Vol. 1 or Vol. 2 of Justification. Volume 1 explores the doctrine of justification from the early church fathers to the Reformation. Volume 2 investigates the biblical doctrine of justification in light of contemporary interpretations. Just go to whitehorseinn.org/justification To get access to all of the White Horse Inn extended episodes become a member. Head over to whitehorseinn.org/podcastpartner