Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Alleged Historical Errors in the Gospels (Luke & John) by Tim McGrew

In this lecture, entitled Alleged Historical Errors in the Gospels, Dr. Timothy McGrew critiques the strongest objections to the historical reliability of the Gospels of Luke and John. This is about 55 minutes of content followed by thirty minutes of Q&A. PowerPoint file is here. Handout PDF here. Visit the Library of Historical Apologetics. This is part 4b of the series—part 1 here; part 2 here; part 3 here, part 4a herepart 6 here.

Full MP3 Audio here. (1hr 12min)
Video on YouTube here.


Anonymous said...

There's a problem with the mp3 (it won't download).

Brian said...

Fixed now. Thanks!

dgfisch said...

The PDF handout seems to be sketchy and incomplete. Is this the proper document, or is there a fuller treatment of McGrew's subject?

Brian said...

That's the right PDF for this one.

Tim said...

Whoa, dgfisch, you're right -- that is the wrong pdf; I must've emailed Brian the wrong one. We'll fix that.

Brian said...

Ok, the really right PDF is up now! : )

Haecceitas said...


Since you're reading the comments here, I have one question. Do you plan to do any debates (either live or in a radio program like "Unbelievable?" on Premier Christian Radio)? Based on what I've heard from your presentations, I think you might do really well in a debate setting.

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