The Gospel Online: #7 ‘Why Believe in the Gospels? – Archaeology

Why believe in God? Why believe in Jesus? Why believe the Bible?

A new series of short presentations entitled ‘Why believe?’ will answer these questions.
The presenters, who have often spent a lifetime studying the subject, will give the evidence behind the facts.
A synopsis of what’s on offer can be found on the panel discussion between some of the presenters entitled…
Why Believe? Discussion’ and introduces the 1st Video in the series.
The full list of videos in the series is as follows..

Introduction video: panel discussion.

#1 Why Believe in God – The Uncreated Creator
#2 Why Believe in God – The Balanced Universe
#3 Why Believe in God – The Origin of Live
#4 Why Believe in Jesus Christ – References outside the Gospels
#5 Why Believe in Jesus Christ – The uninventable Jesus
#6 Why Believe in Jesus Christ – The resurrection
#7 Why Believe the Gospels – Archaeology
#8 Why Believe the Gospels – Undesigned Coincidences
#9 Why Believe the Gospels – Manuscript Evidence​
#10 Why Believe the Bible – Unity and Consistency
#11 Why Believe the Bible – Fulfilled Prophecy
#12 Why Believe the Bible – The Witness of Jesus

Join us as we embark on this new series of internet-based information videos designed to answer the questions.
Why believe in God? Why believe in Jesus? Why believe in the Bible?

1: Introducing the Gospel: This, the first in this series of webinars, led by Karam, who addresses the question… What is the Gospel? You may have heard the name ‘Gospel’ but do you know what the Gospel is or even what it means? Click image to watch the video and find out.

#7 Why Believe in the Gospels – Archaeology

How can we know that the Gospels contain a reliable record of the things that we describe? One method is to compare the Gospel accounts with what has been discovered by archaeology. The Gospels contain details of places, people, events and customs. Archaeological excavations have allowed some of these to be investigated and the finds have always confirmed one another. Watch the video and let us know if you agree or not, you can message using the ‘ask a question button at the top of each page!

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