The Synoptic Gospels Presented Side-By-Side — All four gospels in harmony confirm we can trust we're reading what Jesus really said

Harmony of the gospels — shows consistency in all four texts written by different authors at different times in different locations — led by the Holy Spirit!
The synoptic gospels, Matthew, Mark and Luke overlap a lot, covering much of the same material, and they are in harmony.
Written by different authors in different places and at different times and they agree about what was said.
And where John’s gospel overlaps, it agrees too. [John’s gospel mostly covered different discussions, but also seamlessly overlapped a number of times, covering the same material.]
All four gospels in harmony confirm that we can trust we are reading what Jesus really said.
The Holy Spirit made sure this would happen, inspiring the authors, etc..
Books, often called “harmony of the gospels” show this consistency by placing the same texts from the different gospels side by side, so they can be compared.
Here is an excellent one online. See for yourself:

The Synoptic Gospels presented side-by-side

 

John's Gospel May Have Been Last, But It Wasn't Late — Written after the other gospels and prior to 70AD

By J. Warner Wallace
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I also believe this gospel was written early; within the lifetime of people who witnessed the events it records. This is important, because the early dating of the Gospels helps to establish their reliability as eyewitness accounts. Here is a very brief summary of the evidence establishing the early dating of the Gospel of John: Continue reading “John's Gospel May Have Been Last, But It Wasn't Late — Written after the other gospels and prior to 70AD”

Ex-Atheist: "To continue in atheism, I would need to believe nothing produces everything, non-life produces life, randomness produces fine-tuning, chaos produces information, unconsciousness produces consciousness, and non-reason produces reason. I simply didn't have that much faith" – Lee Strobel

“To continue in atheism, I would need to believe that nothing produces everything, non-life produces life, randomness produces fine-tuning, chaos produces information, unconsciousness produces consciousness, and non-reason produces reason. I simply didn’t have that much faith.”
– Lee Strobel writes on Twitter, 12/24/17