Are the New Testament Gospels true story of Jesus Christ, witnessed by his contemporaries, and, over the years the story has changed? Should we accept the description of the life of Jesus Christ in the New Testament faith, or there is a good historical evidence?
The late Peter Jennings, a leading news channel ABC News, once led a special telecast from Israel about Jesus Christ. In his television show «In Search of Jesus Christ,» he tried to find an answer to the question of whether Jesus Christ was historically true is reflected in the New Testament.
Jennings asked to express their opinion on this issue John Dominic Crossan, a professor at DePaul University, his three colleagues from the research groups of Christ’s life called «Jesus Seminar» and two other biblical scholars. (Group «Jesus Seminar» — an organization of researchers who discuss recorded sermons and works of Jesus Christ, and then vote with the help of red, pink, gray or black beads, thus expressing the degree of confidence in the claims of the Gospel). 
Some comments were stunning. On nationwide television Professor Crossan not only questioned more than 80 percent of the sayings of Christ, but also his claim of his divinity, his chudotvorstvo and resurrection. This image of Jesus presented Krossanom intrigued Jennings.
Search for true biblical history is always a great response. That’s why Time and Newsweek magazines annually bring to the cover of their publications titles great articles about Mary, Jesus Christ, Moses or Abraham. Or, who knows? Maybe this year, this is an article about «Bob: The Untold Story previously missing 13th disciple of Christ.»
All this is done for fun, and therefore such an inquiry may be held indefinitely without giving answers, and would otherwise have to close the upcoming TV show. Instead, we throw people with radically opposing views as in the episode of the television series «The Winner» (Survivor), hopelessly blurring issue rather than bringing clarity.
But in your Jennings drew attention to another issue that deserves serious consideration. Crossan hinted that the original narrative of the life of Christ were glossed over, as is usually the case with oral stories, and their entry was made after the death of his disciples. They are, therefore, largely unreliable and give us a distorted image of Jesus Christ. How can I find out if this is true?