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Posted May 27, 2011
A thoroughly researched work of important significance as an objective analysis into the historicity of the Gospels.
A concentrated research employing most all available techiniques into the determination of the degree to which one can rely on the information contained in the Four Gospels of the New Testament. Blomberg incorporates in his research the relationship of Matthew, Mark, and Luke not only to each other, but to John as well, and highlights the contrast of each to even extra-biblical sources, as well as to archaeology, historical writings, and ancient scrolls found over the centuries. In addition, from a historical significance, he addresses the miracles of Jesus, and His birth, crucifixion, and resurrection, and evaluates his dieficiation from even the verbage utilized in the Gospels and that of other writiers close to the age of the writings of the Gospels. Blomberg also incorporates in his analysis the writings of those skeptics who have sought to discredit the Gospels from a historical standpoint, and the grounds which they used.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.