Luke’s Gospel presents itself, not as some mere story, but as careful history written in high-class Greek.
Dedicated to Theophilus, a high-ranking Roman, the book claims that the writer has checked out the facts he records through extensive contact with eyewitnesses. In this short film, Dr Peter Williams talks about the historical reliability of Luke’s account of Jesus’ life. What will you make of Luke’s collection of witness statements?
For more about the reliability of the gospel accounts, read What's the evidence outside the Bible for Jesus' life and teaching?, or listen to Is Jesus historically credible?