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Jesus, the Gospels, and the Telephone Game

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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 passed on? From the series 'Jesus Myths,' exploring modern myths about Jesus. With contributions by: Professor Craig Blomberg, Denver Theological Seminary; Professor Darrell Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Professor Dan Wallace, Dallas Theological Seminary.

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