David Limbaugh’s latest book, “The True Jesus,” compares the four Gospel accounts in the New Testament, presenting a holistic and historic view of Jesus Christ.
The author joined “The Glenn Beck Radio Program” on Thursday to talk about his journey to find God and why historical evidence helped his faith. Glenn Beck asked Limbaugh if there was a moment when he knew he had to change.
Limbaugh described how he studied the Bible as well as Christian apologists like Paul Little and Norman Geisler. But there was a particular area of study that helped him to think through Christianity in an intellectual way. Limbaugh explained his point:
“The real pivotal moment intellectually was when I was exposed to the Messianic prophecies, the unbelievable prophecies that were written, in many cases, hundreds of years before Christ’s birth, and He realized all of them, He fulfilled all of those prophecies.”
Glenn noted that the history of Israel, including its destruction, scattering and restoration, was all foretold thousands of years in advance.
“That’s incredible in and of itself, and people dismiss it,” Glenn asserted.
“It gives you goosebumps,” Limbaugh agreed.