I’d like to introduce you to my new YouTube channel. It’s called Sunday School Apologetics. I’m excited about this new channel!
The idea behind it is to do a Sunday School type of curriculum covering various apologetic topics. The first series is going to be on the historical reliability of the Gospels. Today we start with the genuineness of the Gospels. Were they really written by the traditional authors?
Skeptics like Bart Ehrman say that the Gospels were anonymously written and the traditional authors like Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John were names added long after the disciples were dead. But is this theory right? Here I defend the traditional authorship of the gospels and answer some of Bart’s objections.
- Brant Pitre, The Case for Jesus
- See also: B. F. Westcott, A General Survey of the History of the Canon of the New Testament (Free!)
- Tim McGrew, Who Wrote the Gospels? (Video)
Erik is a Reasonable Faith Chapter Director located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He’s a former freelance baseball writer and the co-owner of a vintage and handmade decor business with his wife, Dawn. He is passionate about the intersection of apologetics and evangelism.