Kamloops Alliance Church Podcast

Can I Trust the Gospels? - Wesley Huff

February 24, 2021 Kamloops Alliance Church Season 3 Episode 2
Kamloops Alliance Church Podcast
Can I Trust the Gospels? - Wesley Huff
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Kamloops Alliance Church Podcast
Can I Trust the Gospels? - Wesley Huff
Feb 24, 2021 Season 3 Episode 2
Kamloops Alliance Church

This week, we are thrilled to introduce you to Wesley Huff. Wesley is a speaker, writer, and researcher with Power to Change - Students (P2C – Students), and an Associate Itinerant with Apologetics Canada. He holds a BA in Sociology from York University, a Masters of Theological Studies from Tyndale University, and is currently doing his PhD in New Testament and Christian Origins at the University of Toronto's Wycliffe College.

In this episode, Wesley and Chris will tackle the question, can I trust the Gospels? The Gospels are the eyewitness accounts of Jesus' life: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These documents speak about Jesus' birth, His life, His ministry, His death, and His resurrection. Wesley is keenly passionate, intellectual, and vigorous when it comes to this subject, and takes you behind the curtain in an area of New Testament studies that you may not be familiar with. He wraps it up with, why does this even matter? If the Gospel's are trustworthy, what changes? What matters?

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This week, we are thrilled to introduce you to Wesley Huff. Wesley is a speaker, writer, and researcher with Power to Change - Students (P2C – Students), and an Associate Itinerant with Apologetics Canada. He holds a BA in Sociology from York University, a Masters of Theological Studies from Tyndale University, and is currently doing his PhD in New Testament and Christian Origins at the University of Toronto's Wycliffe College.

In this episode, Wesley and Chris will tackle the question, can I trust the Gospels? The Gospels are the eyewitness accounts of Jesus' life: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These documents speak about Jesus' birth, His life, His ministry, His death, and His resurrection. Wesley is keenly passionate, intellectual, and vigorous when it comes to this subject, and takes you behind the curtain in an area of New Testament studies that you may not be familiar with. He wraps it up with, why does this even matter? If the Gospel's are trustworthy, what changes? What matters?