MikeLiconaWhat are the New Testament Gospels? How should we read them in relation to each other? And are they really "full of contradictions", as some would say?

This week we welcome Dr. Mike Licona, associate professor of theology at Houston Baptist University, who joins us for an extended in-depth discussion on the New Testament Gospels and the differences between them. Drawing upon his many years of research into the subject, Dr. Licona leads us through the maze of questions often asked about the NT Gospels, and explains how familiarity with the literary conventions of Graeco-Roman biography and historiography can help to provide compelling answers.

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[New Testament, Gospel, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Paul, Clement, Jesus, Peter, Polycarp, Papias, Plutarch, Josephus, Suetonius, Lucian, Polybius, Thucydides, Biblical Studies, inerrancy, literature, literary, genre, ancient, Nicholas Wolterstorff, apocalyptic, parable, oral tradition, bias, miracle, methodological naturalism, supernaturalism, near-death experience, NDE, infancy, narrative, passion, resurrection, Graeco-Roman, biography, gematria, Quirinius]



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