Category Archives: Gospel according to Luke

Response to Paul Williams and Jewish Rabbi Tovia Singer

https://bloggingtheology.com/2021/03/31/blogging-theology-in-conversation-with-rabbi-tovia-singer/comment-page-1/#comment-56541 Paul Williams interviewed the Jewish Rabbi, Tovia Singer. https://bloggingtheology.com/2021/03/31/blogging-theology-in-conversation-with-rabbi-tovia-singer/ Here is my response: Please listen to the whole discussion and you will see why I made the comments that I did. Of course Rabbi Tovia Singer rejects Jesus as … Continue reading

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Martin Hengel and R. T. France on the Gospel titles, κατα Μαθθαιον, κατα Μαρκον, κατα Λυκαν, κατα Ιωαννην

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
Ibn Issam wrote: Sorry but Jesus did not “predict His own arrest, trials, crucifixion, death and resurrection several times.” The Gospels were written by unknown pseudepigraphal authors who were writing about the events after…

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Historical Evidence for the Gospels, Dr. Timothy McGrew

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Who really wrote the Gospels?

see also here for more information, especially the scholarly work of Martin Hengel.

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Martin Hengel and R. T. France on the Gospel titles, κατα Μαθθαιον, κατα Μαρκον, κατα Λυκαν, κατα Ιωαννην

Ibn Issam wrote: Sorry but Jesus did not “predict His own arrest, trials, crucifixion, death and resurrection several times.” The Gospels were written by unknown pseudepigraphal authors who were writing about the events after the fact. I understand that argument, … Continue reading

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The Jesus Film

The Jesus Film, which has been translated into many languages.  The first 8 minutes are an introduction based on Genesis and the prophets; and then the rest is all straight from the Gospel according to Luke.

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