The New Testament makes some extraordinary claims including that the long-prophesied Messiah came into the world, lived, taught, died, and rose again to offer a restored relationship to God to all who believe in Him. For claims of such importance, naturally, not everyone believed them then or now, and questions like these come up:
- Wasn’t the New Testament written hundreds of years after the events recorded in them?
- In the time between the events and the recording of them, did myth and legends replace reality?
- Therefore, are the stories of the miracles, the resurrection of Jesus, just wishful thinking?