Doubt is normal – but more than that, doubt is healthy. Because there are answers out there. And doubt motivates us to find them.
We mentioned in a previous post that biblical scholarship is increasingly returning to the position that the Gospels were written by eyewitnesses (Who Wrote the Gospels?) with the intent to convey history, not folklore (Gospels: History or Folklore?). Here's a couple details of why Matthew seems very likely to have been written by the tax... Continue Reading →