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Lee Strobel
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"Do we have any records from first-century 'journalists' who interviewed eyewitnesses, asked tough questions, and faithfully recorded what they scrupulously determined to be true?" (p. 20).

"[...] is it really possible to be an intelligent, critically thinking person and still believe that the four gospels were written by the people whose names have been attached to them?" (p. 22).

"But the uniform testimony of the early church was that Matthew, also known as Levi, the tax collector and one of the twelve disciples, was the author of the gospel in the New Testament; that Jon Mark, a companion of Peter was the author of the gospel we call Mark; and that Luke, known as Paul's 'beloved physician,' wrote both the gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles," (p. 22).

"Christians believe that as wonderful as Jesus' life and teachings and miracles were, they were meaningless if it were not historically...

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