New Evidences That The Gospels Were Based By EyeWitness

Peter Williams presents a new evidences that explain that the Gospels were based on Eyewitness Account.

He compared the usage of names, cities, and details used in 4+1 Gospels Matthews, Mark, John, Luke + Acts compare to Gnostic Gospel Mary, Thomas, Judas, and Philip.

The quality of the material is to great to be written by witnesses that were not eye witness. It is long, but worth all the time.

“But why take my word for it, why not read the text by yourself”

Dr. Peter J. Williams

From: Lanier Theological Library

Dr Peter J. Williams – Warden

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Qualifications: M.A. (Cantab); M.Phil. (Cantab); Ph.D. (Cantab).

History: Research Fellow in Old Testament, Tyndale House, Cambridge

Affiliated Lecturer in Hebrew and Aramaic, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Cambridge

Senior Lecturer in New Testament in School of Divinity, History and Philosophy King’s College, University of Aberdeen

Deputy Head of Divinity, History and Philosophy, University of Aberdeen

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2 thoughts on “New Evidences That The Gospels Were Based By EyeWitness

  1. I have not debated with Craig (a couple of brief emails is the sum of any contact with him) and I wonder how many of his other claims to have debated with people whose views I share is likewise baseless. Richard Dawkins is quite right not to waste time on what would be a fruitless event. – A. C. Grayling

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    • William Lane Craig vs. A.C. Grayling: “Belief in God Makes Sense in Light of Tsunamis”

      On the evening of April 28, 2005, the Union sponsored this unusual debate between the American Christian philosopher William Lane Craig and Oxford University’s own A.C. Grayling, a distinguished philosopher and man of letters famous in Great Britain for his vociferous secularism. Decide for yourself whether belief in God can be rationally maintained in the face of terrible suffering.”

      I believe “A.C Grayling” need a memory refresh.

      Please do not pretend to be a person your not.

      Thank you for trying though.

      In Christ,
      Prayson

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