The Testimony of the Evangelists: The Gospels Examined by the Rules of Evidence
Kregel Publications, 1995 M03 15 - 128 pages
'Testimony of the evangelists' is a work that includes an examination of the legal procedures in the trial of Jesus.
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Reading now, great insight into Matthew as a witness: He must have been aware of and skeptical of fraud and deception as a tax collector. Interesting insight that I haven't heard before
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