112. “Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates The Claims Of The Gospels” by J. Warner Wallace

112. “. . . If Luke’s Gospel was written as early as the evidence suggests, any claim that Luke errantly cited a particular governorship or errantly described a sequence of leaders is unreasonable. If this were the case, the early readers of Luke’s Gospel, reading it in the first century with a memory of truly happened, would have caught Luke’s error from the very beginning. If nothing else, we would expect to see some early scribe to alter the narrative to try to correct the mistaken history. . . .” ~ J. Warner Wallace
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