Table of contents for Can we trust the Gospels? : investigating the reliability of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John / Mark D. Roberts.

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1. A Bio and Blook [or Why Am I Writing This Book?]
2. Can We Know What the Original Gospel Manuscripts Really Said?
3. Did the Evangelists Know Jesus Personally?
4. When Were the Gospels Written?
5. What Sources Did the Gospel Writers Use?
6. Did Early Christian Oral Traditional Reliably Pass Down the Truth About Jesus?
7. What [Genre] are the New Testament Gospels?
8. What Difference Does It Make That There are Four Gospels? 
9. Are There Contradictions in the Gospels?
10. If the Gospels are Theology, Can They Be History?
11. Do Miracles Undermine the Reliability of the Gospels?
12. Do Historical Sources from the Era of the Gospels Support Their Reliability?
13. Does Archeology Support the Reliability of the Gospels?
14. Did the Political Agenda of the Early Church Influence the Content of the Gospels?
15. Why Do We Have Only Four Gospels in the Bible?
16. Can We Trust the Gospels After All?

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bible. N.T. Gospels -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.