If you don’t follow me on Instagram (which you can do here), then this is new. But each week, I put up a book about spiritual growth that’s a cut above the rest. And this week, I decided to put it on the blog.
(And you can see back issues on my recommended reading page here.)
This book came highly recommended. And it came after I’d read quite a few books about the historical accuracy of the New Testament. So I originally wasn’t quick to get it. And then I did. Such a wonderful book on the subject.
Mark Roberts lays out a clean and clear case (that doesn’t require a background in the subject) for questions like: How do we know what we have is the original? Why are the four gospels? And why do they differ in their accounts? He goes on and looks at other fundamental issues critics bring up.
If you have any questions about this, or are just curious, this is the place I’d recommend starting. Here’s the link to it.