Even if you believe that the Gospels are historical narratives and that their human authors are Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, it is good to have some arguments to answer the people who have chosen to contradict the truth.
Well, there is this video of a British scholar, Peter Williams, from TydaleHouse. He is a really good speaker. So the lecture he gives is not only interesting for modern arguments on the historicity of the Gospels, but also easy to follow. Williams is a well know protestant scholar that in his lecture adds new
arguments to traditional Apologetics and Natural Theology, the branch of Theology based on reason and experience. He states quite interesting arguments such as “the Gospels have the pattern of names we would expect them to have if they are reporting what real people said and did.” He also has compelling arguments from Geography. The presentation offers a great number of slides that help understand Williams arguments. And as British would say: “Jolly speaker”. His analysis on the feeding of the 5,000 seems to close and sum up his statements.