Most of my graduate work has been in the area of New Testament studies. I have been taught by some great scholars and have read many books in this area. Throughout these years, I have […]
Bart Ehrman has made a second career out of trying to demolish confidence in the New Testament. Because he is a respected scholar and a talented writer, he is someone who must be taken seriously. […]
Since I recently posted some recommended books on apologetics, I thought I would also recommend five books that deal specifically with the New Testament. Resurrection of the Son of God by N.T. Wright Jesus and […]
I encounter people who reject the Gospels as being historically valuable unless a part of it is supported by another historical source. The assumption is that the Gospels should be seen as false unless there […]
There are some lectures available from the Reformed Theological Seminary by Richard Bauckham on the Gospels as history. They are quite good. You can get the lectures from iTunes here.
I just had three book reviews published in the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism. They include N.T. Wright’s The Resurrection of the Son of God, Darrell Bock’s The Missing Gospels and Richard Bauckham’s Jesus […]