One in eight Millennials in the United States think Jesus never existed. This first part of The Bottom Line Guide to Jesus summarizes the historical evidence that proves beyond reasonable doubt that Jesus existed.
Tacitus and Suetonius were two pagan Roman historians in the early second century who made references to Christ. This article focuses on the evidence that Tacitus really did refer to Christ and that he gave historically reliable information about him.
Scholar and pastor Mark D. Roberts gives an excellent presentation of the historical reliability of the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ virgin conception and birth, commenting also on secular media stories about recent scholarship on the issue.