Is the book of Acts a collection of stories and legends about the lives of the apostles, or is it a trustworthy and reliable history of the earliest days of the church? Is there any external evidence that helps to corroborate its claims? Shane Rosenthal discusses these questions and more with Dr. Lydia McGrew, author of Hidden in Plain View: Undesigned Coincidences in the Gospels and Acts.
Hidden in Plain View, Lydia McGrew
Testimonies to the Truth, Lydia McGrew
The Mirror or The Mask, Lydia McGrew
The Eye of the Beholder, Lydia McGrew
The Book of Acts, F.F. Bruce
The Book of Acts in the Setting of Hellenistic History, Colin Hemer
St. Paul The Traveller and Roman Citizen, William Ramsay
Pictures of The Apostolic Church, William Ramsay
The Trustworthiness of the New Testament, William Ramsay
Is Luke a Trustworthy Historian?, William Ramsay
Can We Trust Luke’s History of the Early Jesus Movement?, Shane Rosenthal
Who is Sergius Paulus?, Shane Rosenthal
On Faith & History, Shane Rosenthal
Authenticating The Fourth Gospel, Shane Rosenthal
Why Should We Believe The Bible?, Shane Rosenthal
How to Detect Deception?, Shane Rosenthal
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