Are the Gospels Trustworthy?

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One of the most important questions we can ask is whether the Gospel accounts of Jesus' life and teaching are trustworthy. Is the picture they paint an accurate one?

This free three-evening webinar will look at the historical reasons for trusting the truth of what the Gospels tell us. We will investigate:

- Whether we can know what the Gospel authors actually wrote. Are the existent copies of their writings trustworthy?

- Whether the Gospel accounts bear the marks of accurate history.

- How our New Testament ended up in the canon of Scripture, and why other writings were left out.


David has ten year's experience teaching Christian apologetics in the classroom. He is the host of the Answers for Ambassadors podcast and video series and the author of The Truth with Love: A Christian's Guide to Talking About Homosexuality and Gay Marriage. Visit his website and blog at to learn more.


This three-evening online webinar is free to attend, but prior registration is required. After registration, you will receive a link to the webinar by email. Each session will be recorded, so don't hesitate to register even if you cannot attend the live event every evening.

The sessions are 7:30-8:30pm EST on Monday, Dec 5; Tuesday, Dec 6; and Thursday, Dec 8.

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