Jesus, the Gospels, and the Telephone Game

Skeptical scholars often compare the way the Bible's accounts of Jesus were passed on with the children's telephone game, where children whisper a complicated message from one to another. In the process the message is corrupted, and at the end everyone has a good laugh. But how good is the comparison between this game and the way the Gospel stories were actually passed on?

Contributors to this video are:

  • Professor Dan Wallace, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • Professor Craig Blomberg, Denver Theological Seminary
  • Professor Darrell Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary.

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