Alex McFarland points out that the strength of the Old Testament manuscripts is "quality" while the strength of the New Testament manuscripts is "quantity" and demonstrates how the historicity of the New Testament is supported by early testimony, eyewitness testimony, multiple testimony, and hostile testimony.
McFarland reviews the evidence confirming the resurrection, the central doctrine of the New Testament. He explores Jesus's view of Scripture and traces the forming of the New Testament canon as it was affirmed by various church councils. He explains inerrancy and infallibility and also shares his interviews with leading biblical scholars, both Christian and atheist.
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