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If Luke-Acts Has The Same Author, and Archaeology Confirms the Minutiae of Acts, Then This Raises The Probability That Luke is Innocent Until Proven Guilty Overall
Recommended Reading On The Historical Reliability of Acts: Book of Acts in the Setting of Hellenistic History by Colin Hemer
Read Robert E. Van Voorst Jesus Outside the New Testament: An Introduction to the Ancient Evidence (Studying the Historical Jesus):
How Can We Trust Biographies That Have So Many Miracles In Them, Especially When There Were Other Miracle Workers About?
Taken from Greg Boyd's blog: http://www.gregboyd.org/essays/apologetics/how-reliable-was-the-early-churchs-oral-traditions/
Who wrote the Gospels? Are there good reasons to attribute their authorship to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John? In this talk, Dr. Timothy McGrew lays out the case for the traditional authorship of the Gospels, while countering Bart Ehrman's claims that the Gospels are forgeries.