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How many copies of the Secret Gospels?

'Conspiracies & Secret Gospels' #11

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How many hand-written copies are there of the Secret Gospels? In this video professor Dan Wallace (Dallas Theological Seminary) talks about how the number of copies of the secret Gospels stacks up against the number of copies of the Gospels in the Bible, and Dr Peter Williams (Tyndale House Cambridge) talks about how the use of names in the secret Gospels compares with the use of authentic names in the Gospels in the Bible. Eleventh video in the 'Conspiracies and Secret Gospels' series.

Can We Trust the Gospels?

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‘Can we trust the Gospels?’ is a recent book by Peter J Williams, principal of Tyndale House, Cambridge.

It is only short 153 pages), and it is easy to read, but it contains a wide range of very helpful material on the reliability of the Gospels. If you have questions about whether we can trust the Gospels, this is a key book.

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‘Astronomy leads us to a unique event, a universe which was created out of nothing, and delicately balanced to provide exactly the conditions required to support life. In the absence of an absurdly improbable accident, the observations of modern science seem to suggest an underlying, one might say, supernatural plan.’
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