Continuing on from their discussion last week, believing and non-believing New Testament historians Richard Bauckham and James Crossley discuss whether the testimony of eyewitnesses in the Gospels is trustworthy.

Bauckham fills out his reasoning for the Gospels being credible eyewitness testimony of Jesus’ life, while Crossley disputes whether testimony of the miraculous can be used as historical evidence.

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