I highly recommend this book to both Christian and non-Christian readers with an interested in the New Testament or in ancient history.
The book is an excellent examination of why evangelicals can intelligently understand what it means to view the Gospels as both theological AND historical works.
These citations demonstrate how strong a case can be made for the historical reliability of the Gospels, as even some critics are forced to admit.
Excellent book. Prof. Blomberg is clearly one of the experts i his field.Published 3 months ago by Bruce P. Ely
It is a good book for back up knowledge and explained what I could not grasp from other sources.Published 6 months ago by Roy Lassiter
In "The Historical Reliability of the Gospels", Dr. Blomberg presents readers a detailed and well-reasoned overview for the general reliability of the four Canonical... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ky. Col.
Over the past 100 years or so, New Testament and Biblical scholarship has seen a parade of bizarre and faith shattering conclusions that casts the ordinary observer into a doubtful... Read morePublished 13 months ago by vicken
An interesting book to read to learn more about that time in history. Recommended for anyone wanting to understand history at that time.Published 15 months ago by Steve