The Case for Christ - Study Guide The Rebuttal Evidence Summary & Analysis

Lee Strobel
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Rebuttal evidence is presented to either explain or disprove evidence presented. Strobel dedicates this chapter to searching out opinions contrary to those he had already collected, including those of the Jesus Seminar, a self-selected group representing a small fraction of New Testament scholars who believe Jesus did not say 82 percent of what is attributed to him in the gospels. They also published The Five Gospels which include the traditional four plus a manuscript titled the Gospel of Thomas which was written in the second century. Strobel investigates their claims to see if he can find credible rebuttal evidence to disprove these disconcerting opinions. To find answers, he visits Dr. Gregory Boyd to gather rebuttal evidence to the Jesus Seminar's widely publicized views. Boyd is the author of a 416-page book titled, Cynic, Sage or Son of God? Recovering the Real Jesus...

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