I am working on a book dealing with archaeological, historical, and prophetic evidence for the Old Testament and the New Testament. The book is intended to be a helpful overview and introduction that can help both skeptics of Scripture see the intellectual evidence for Christianity and help normal Christians without much background in the subject understand the great evidence for God's Word.
A while ago I published on my website a version of the Old Testament evidence: Archaeological Evidence for the Old Testament as the Word of God. I have now added a New Testament section: Archaeological Evidence for the New Testament as the Word of God. The book is not yet completed, but I believe there is enough useful information there to help both skeptics and the people of God. (Much of the information in it was used in my recent debate with Shabir Ally, which is not yet live, and which went very well by the grace of and blessing of Jehovah, and in answer to the prayers and fasting of the saints.) I have included a number of helpful and interesting pictures also, and intend to add some more of these.
If you are not sure of answers to questions such as the following, I would recommend the book to you:
1.) What evidence exists that Matthew wrote the Gospel of Matthew?
2.) What evidence exists that Mark wrote the Gospel of Mark?
3.) What evidence exists that Luke wrote the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts?
4.) What evidence exists that John wrote the Gospel of John?
5.) Did one or more of the synoptic Gospel writers copy from the others, as in the modern liberal idea that Mark and "Q" were the sources for Matthew and Luke, or were the synoptic Gospels independent accounts?
6.) Is there any evidence that "Q" ever existed?
7.) When were Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John written?
8.) Was there legendary, evolutionary development in the Gospels?
9.) What is the earliest manuscript evidence for the Gospels?
10.) Is there unmistakable evidence for predictive prophecy in the New Testament?
11.) What are the earliest testimonies to Christ's death and resurrection?
12.) How strong is the historical evidence that Jesus Christ rose from the dead?
13.) Are the New Testament books accurate history?
14.) How does the New Testament compare to other works, such as the Quran or Buddhist writings, that claim to be Divine revelation?
Important features of the book include its Bible-believing Baptist perspective; its acceptance of the testimony of early Christianity on the dates of the Gospels (which, sadly, one can even graduate from a supposedly evangelical or fundamentalist Bible college and be entirely ignorant of); and its acceptance of the testimony of early Christianity on synoptic independence and rejection of liberal theories that many in evangelicalism and now even in fundamentalism are willing to adopt. May it be a blessing.