Your 1st link:
"the truth is that it was written before the close of the first century by those who either knew Christ personally"
- No. Luke was a 3rd generation disciple and "Paul" was a 3rd generation disciple. Note the phrase "before the close of the 1st C." - which indicates late in the century, which also implies decades after the supposed death of Jesus. Witnesses?- I doubt it. Oral tradition conveyed thru the generations?- more aptly possible/plausible. Written while witnessing the events?- Highly doubted by many scholars.
"had encountered him, or were under the direction of those who were His disciples"
- The NT is "attributed" to less than six of the original 13 Apostles, which means the true authorship is actually unknown. Which indicates that one cannot be sure the information is valid.
This is honesty.
- due to the fact that there is no reference data, footnotes, or bibliographies attached to this web-site, I'll have to disagree that it is formidable.
- Do you have information on where the data was accumulated from? Is the author reviewed by his/her peers for accuracy?