Reliability of the Gospels (Lecture Series) | Tim McGrew

McGrewTim McGrew from the Library of Historical Apologetics has a famous series that I wanted to make available on my blog. Dr. McGrew is Professor of Philosophy at Western Michigan University, where he has taught since 1995. His areas of specialization include Epistemology, History and Philosophy of Science, Probability Theory, Formal Logic, and Philosophy of Religion. His work in apologetics focuses on the Gospels, miracles, the Resurrection of Jesus, and the history of apologetics. You can make a full Friday and Saturday morning of the following lecture series. In fact, I have suggested a schedule, for fun.

RELIABILITY OF THE GOSPELS SERIES:

FRIDAY:

• 9am: The Gospels and Acts as History PPT

• 11am: Who Wrote the Gospels? PDF • PPT

• 1pm: External Evidence for the Gospels PDF • PPT

• 3pm: Internal Evidence for the Gospels PDF • PPT

• 4:15pm: Alleged Historical Errors in the Gospels (Matt. & Mark) PDF • PPT

• 6pm: Alleged Historical Errors in the Gospels (Luke & John) PDF • PPT

• 7:45pm: Alleged Contradictions in the Gospels (part 1) PDF • PPT

SATURDAY MORNING:

• 9am: Alleged Contradictions in the Gospels (part 2) PDF • PPT

• 10:15am: The Resurrection of Jesus PDF • PPT

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About Maryann

Maryann Spikes is the past President of the Christian Apologetics Alliance. She blogs at Ichthus77, and loves apologetics and philosophy. In particular she loves to study all things Euthyphro Dilemma and Golden Rule. A para-educator (autism) for five years, she holds a Certificate in Christian Apologetics from Biola University, an AA in Humanities via Modesto Junior College, and moonlights as a freelancer on Upwork. You can follow her on Twitter @Ichthus77, connect with the Ichthus77 community on Facebook, or look her up on Google+.
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