What do We Mean by the Term "Historically Reliable"? A Proposal of Definition and Criteria

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A talk from the 2018 Evangelical Theological Society Meeting (Denver, CO), with the theme, Holy Spirit. This talk was from the Synoptic Gospels section of the conference.
Michael R. Licona Michael Licona served as a presenter at the Evangelical Theological Society Meeting, 'Christ in All Scripture' (San Diego, 11/20-22/2019), addressing the Section, New Testament: Synoptic Gospels II - and is affiliated with Houston Baptist University.

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