Were the Gospels Written by Eyewitnesses?

By J. Warner Wallace Published on July 27, 2019

J. Warner Wallace is interviewed here by Impact 360 and describes the evidential, eyewitness nature of the Gospel accounts. Are the Gospels truly eyewitness reports, and if so, can they be tested the way we test eyewitnesses in criminal trials? In this video, Wallace describes — briefly — the manner in which the Gospels pass the test. If you have young believers in your house, consider the Impact 360 Fellows program or the Impact 360 Immersion program.

 

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