This fascinating lecture points out the details which show that the New Testament Gospels must have been based on eyewitness accounts.
Adrian Holloway tackles the question of whether we can trust what we read in the New Testament or should dismiss it as unsubstantiated myth.
Do the Gospels give us any indication that they are using eyewitness testimony? Richard Bauckham examines some of the minor characters in…
How many hand-written copies of the Gospel accounts are there? What does this reveal about possible mistakes?
This video describes how the geographical descriptions in the New Testament Gospels demonstrate their reliability.
Once we've got at the facts behind the myths about Jesus, this final video considers what difference he makes to us today.
Did Jesus claim or imply that he was anything more than a prophet? Or did his followers transform him into the Son of God many years later?
The way the Gospel accounts use correct place names shows that they were based on reliable information from first hand testimony.
How big are the differences between the hand-written copies of the Gospels' accounts of Jesus? Do these undermine what we can know about…