There is a great deal of pressure today upon modern scholarship to conclude that the New Testament was written long after traditional Christianity has claimed. Many even believe someone other than the apostles wrote it. Is this so? Is there a reasonable argument against this proposition that supports traditional Christianity’s point of view?
Below are several blogs I wrote awhile ago. Perhaps they may address some questions you have. Click on the desired study and check it out!
- Were Most Ancient Jews Illiterate?
- Another Look at Ancient Literacy Rates
- Ancient Jewish Literacy Revisited
- Modern Textual Criticism
- Oral Culture & Chronology of the New Testament
- Who Wrote the Gospels
- Modern “Oral Tradition” v/s the 1st Century AD
- Thousands and Thousands of Errors!
- Dating the New Testament
- Demythologizing the New Testament
- Ancient Christian Graffiti
- When Was the New Testament Written (prove me wrong)
- Mark and the “Q” Document
- Concerning the Primacy of Mark
- Did Everyone Copy Mark?
- Mark and the Other Synoptics
- Who Wrote Mark’s Gospel?
- Whose Is Mark’s Gospel?
- To Whom Did Mark Write his Gospel?
- Paul’s Vision on the Road to Damascus
- Luke v/s Paul — Truth or Confusion?
- Does Paul Contradict Luke in Damascus?
- Do We Rescue Luke at Paul’s Expense?
- When Did Paul Return to Jerusalem?
- Yet Another Contradiction in Damascus?
- When Was Paul’s 2nd Visit to Jerusalem?
- The Woman Caught in Adultery
- A Judas Contradiction
- Authorship of the Epistles of Peter