Tom Gilson

Cross Examined with Frank Turek

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2020-08-15 10:00 - 11:00

Here's the recorded interview. Note how Frank Turek introduced it (emphasis added):

Is there really anything new that we can learn about Jesus from the New Testament after 2,000 years? When people tell me yes, I get skeptical. “Oh, you’ve come up with something that Aquinas didn’t see, or Augustine didn’t see, or Luther didn’t see, or Calvin didn’t see, or Spurgeon didn’t see? After 2,000 years, you’ve seen something new?”
Well actually, I think you can get fresh insights into inarguably the most influential human being in the history of the world, Jesus of Nazareth, who wasn’t just a human being but also God. I think you can.
And it’s not just me who says this, because my friend Tom Gilson has written a new book — it’s called Too Good to be False: How Jesus’ Incomparable Character Reveals His Reality. And the list of endorsements on this book is a mile long. I’ve endorsed it, but so has Lee Strobel, J. P. Moreland, J. Warner Wallace, Gary Habermas, Jeff Myers, Sean McDowell, Josh McDowell and several others who are saying there are insights in this book that we haven’t seen elsewhere.”

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