Martin Luther teaches us what to look for and expect in the Gospels in this short piece from vol. 35 of his Works.
Clinton Arnold examines the discovery in 2006 of the Gospel of Judas, and asks whether Christians should be shocked or unsettled.
John Calvin's sermon on Matthew 28:1–10 examines Jesus' resurrection appearance and draws from it hope and comfort for us.
Simon Gathercole examines the Jesus of the Gospels in comparison with the Jesus of the apocryphal 'gospels'.
Peter Williams asks whether the Gospels are reliable based on their dating, the external evidence, their contents, the geography, and compares them with other 'gospels'.
Peter Williams looks at the evidence for Jesus' resurrection, highlighting aspects that should be better known.
Peter Williams presents the case that the biblical Gospels are historically reliable and examines the relationships between them.
Peter Williams examines the Gospels and 'new evidence' about Jesus at the Veritas Forum.
Donald Fairbairn surveys the New Testament's teaching about the identity of Jesus and guides us through the key discussions of the early post-apostolic Church on Jesus' divinity and humanity.
C. H. Spurgeon's 1891 sermon on Matthew 21:9 delves into Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem, encouraging us to welcome Christ for ourselves.