Why Two Witnesses With Differing Details Can Both Be Telling The Truth About An Event

Everybody knows that five different people who see a car wreck will provide five different explanations for what happened, right? That’s why nobody ever goes to jail based on the testimony of two or more witnesses, right?

Addressing the “Contradictions in the Bible” issue by J. Warner Wallace. (Screen shot)

Wait a minute, people are convicted of crimes and go to jail every day based on testimony from at least two witnesses and it’s not at all unusual for those witnesses to offer different details about the circumstances surrounding the crime.

NBC “Dateline” cold-case detective J. Warner Wallace responds to the oft-heard objection that there are contradictions in the Bible, particularly in the four Gospel accounts of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.

Author: Mark Tapscott

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