Trusting the Bible is a podcast series by Tyndale House, Cambridge and Bible Society featuring conversations with experts in biblical studies. In this series, we’re exploring the reliability, relevance and reality of the four Gospels.
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Trusting the Bible is a new podcast from Tyndale House and Bible Society.
In this episode Dr Andrew Ollerton and Dr Peter J Williams discuss how we gauge trustworthiness in everyday life and how we approach the credibility of the four Gospels.
In this episode Dr Andrew Ollerton and Dr Peter J Williams discuss the credibility of the Gospels. Who were their authors and can we trust their testimonies?
In this episode Dr Andrew Ollerton speaks to Dr Dirk Jongkind about the process through which the Gospels were preserved and came to be written down.
In this episode Dr Andrew Ollerton and Dr Dirk Jongkind ask whether we can trust the Gospel manuscripts and how the Gospel accounts have been passed on to the present day.
In this episode Dr Andrew Ollerton speaks to Dr Chee-Chiew Lee about the experience of reading the four different Gospel perspectives.
In this episode Dr Andrew Ollerton and Dr Chee-Chiew Lee delve further into her research on persecution and what it means to take risks in the Gospel of John.
In this final episode our interviewees come back together with Dr Andrew Ollerton to discuss how they each read the Gospels and how academic scholarship can raise confidence in the Gospel accounts.
How can you study the Bible academically and trust it as a Christian? Does scholarship actually help to find a way through the difficult parts of the Bible? Will some parts of the Old Testament just always feel like a struggle to read?