Why I know the Story of Jesus Hasn’t Changed Over Time – J. Warner Wallace

OK, just one more! J. Warner Wallace’s website is a real gold mine, if you haven’t already discovered that! Just saying! Here is another gem, hope you enjoy!

As an unbelieving skeptic, I was willing to accept the possibility that Jesus lived and taught as a 1st Century Rabbi, but I rejected much of the gospel accounts as fiction. I suspected the gospels had been corrupted and altered through the centuries. Defense attorneys often have similar questions about the status and condition of evidence over time. How do we know, for example, that a particular piece of evidence hasn’t been tampered with (or added) over the years between the time of the crime and the time of the eventual trial? As a detective, I know one way to determine if evidence has been altered: I simply examine the “chain of custody”.

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Worthy is the Lamb! Blessings!


  1. Interesting presentation and it reminds me a lot of the book “Case For Christ” by Lee Strobel. Our small group is going to start a study in a newer book of his called, “A Case for Heaven (and Hell).” Have a blessed day Bruce


    • Hi Pete, I’ve heard of it (“A Case for Heaven (and Hell)) but I haven’t read it yet. Let me know what you think of it, if you get a chance, no rush. Blessings!


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