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Real people in the Bible's accounts of Jesus

(Jesus Myths #10)

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The Bible's accounts of the life of Jesus use the right names for people, and get it right which names were popular and which were unusual. This shows that they were about real people, and were based on reliable information from individuals who knew first hand about the people in the accounts. From the series 'Jesus Myths,' exploring modern myths about Jesus. With Dr Peter Williams, Tyndale House, Cambridge.

Can We Trust the Gospels?

To find out more:

‘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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