The historical reliability of the gospels is an important part of their witness to the world. Craig Blomberg addresses questions, skeptical arguments, and methodology in an effort to communicate the validity of the gospel texts. Gleaning from research done by the Gospels Research Project of Tyndale House, Blomberg makes the dense academic findings accessible. Probing into issues such as authorship, harmonization, and authenticity, these volumes contribute a valuable defense of the trustworthiness of the four gospels.
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Craig L. Blomberg (PhD, Aberdeen) is Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary in Denver, Colorado. His books include Interpreting the Parables, Neither Poverty nor Riches, Jesus and the Gospels: An Introduction and Survey, The Historical Reliability of John’s Gospel, commentaries on Matthew and 1 Corinthians, Making Sense of the New Testament: 3 Crucial Questions and Preaching the Parables.