This fascinating lecture points out the details which show that the New Testament Gospels must have been based on eyewitness accounts.
This video describes how the geographical descriptions in the New Testament Gospels demonstrate their reliability.
Were the Gospel accounts based on the testimony of eyewitnesses who were still alive when the Gospels were written?
How many hand-written copies of the Gospel accounts are there? What does this reveal about possible mistakes?
Are the Gospels full of contradictions? What would have been seen as normal standards of trustworthy historical writing at that time?
William Lane Craig sets out the historical and Biblical evidence that leads to the conclusion that Jesus Christ rose from the dead.
Adrian Holloway tackles the question of whether we can trust what we read in the New Testament or should dismiss it as unsubstantiated myth.
This video considers how long it took before Jesus's first followers came to believe that he was the Son of God.
Did the early Christian communities apply Jesus's teaching to the problems they faced or alter the facts to fit their agendas?