The Cumulative Case for the Reliability of the Gospel Eyewitness Accounts: From the Book: Cold-Case Christianity [image]

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Brian

2 thoughts on “The Cumulative Case for the Reliability of the Gospel Eyewitness Accounts: From the Book: Cold-Case Christianity [image]

  1. Wondering for sure what the drawing means by three time periods of silence.
    I’m assuming that he means the Gospels were silent on events during that time so they must have been written before that time. The picture if the temple gives me that impression, but not sure what the other two represent. What do you think.
    Pretty concise pictorial way if getting the point across otherwise.

  2. I read it the same way, Rich! Acts (written after Luke) is silent on the martyrdom of Paul (A.D. 64) and others and the temple destruction (A.D. 70). Definitely seems like something that would be mentioned if it was written after those dates.

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