This is a list of resources on the reliability of the scriptures.
I do not agree with the doctrine of the following resources, but their study of history is good.
Based upon the Gold Medallion award-winning best-seller, The Case for Christ documents Lee Strobel’s journey from atheism to faith through his two-year investigation of the Bible and the life of Jesus Christ. Strobel, the former legal editor of the Chicago Tribune, draws upon his investigative skills to examine the historical accuracy of the Gospels, the personal claims of Jesus and His resurrection from the dead. Is there evidence to confirm that Jesus of Nazareth was, indeed, the son of God and the savior of the world?
The New Evidence That Demands A Verdict – Josh McDowell
Watch on YouTube
Josh McDowell is regarded by most Christians and theologians as one of the most effective apologetics speakers around. When McDowell published his first powerful defense of the Bible in his book, “The Evidence That Demands A Verdict,” it became a national bestseller within a matter of months. McDowell’s writings contained a body of undeniable evidence on the validity of Holy Scripture. More recently McDowell has added even more solid information to his thesis, and, to the dismay of agnostics and atheists, made the validity of the Bible even MORE undeniable. This is the special television version of that powerful information presented by McDowell himself.
Can I Trust the Bible? Josh McDowell (Josh.org)
“The Bible stands alone among all other books. It is unique, ‘different from all others,’ in the following ways (plus a multitude more): Continuity, Circulation, Translation, Survival, Teachings, Influence on Literature, and Influence on Civilization.”—Evidence That Demands a Verdict, Pg. 4-16
This is a great website that helps explain the many alleged discrepancies in the scriptures.