Most believers in the tenacity of the New Testament would tell you the answer is absolutely “no”, but there is reason to disagree once one takes a look at the manuscript evidence. Today we’ll be taking a look at Mark… Read More ›
A quick half an hour conversation between Dr. Robert M. Price and myself on the Historicity of the New Testament, this includes social formation, mythmaking, ipssisima vox, NTTC, and more! Facebook Mirror: Click Here and God knows best.
An interesting video to say the least, though I do think it is unfair to expect someone of Sam’s background to understand the Science of Textual Criticism at any competent level.
I recently did a quick 15 minute introduction to the New Testament that seems to have benefited quite a few folks, here’s the video: and God knows best!
Can one be a consistent Calvinist/ Reformed and use Textual Criticism to affirm the New Testament…? This major Calvinist scholar says no. Herman Bavinck says as follows: “Those who make their doctrine of Scripture dependent on historical research into its… Read More ›
There has been a trend of late where evangelical apologists are trying to normalize the use of textual criticism in their understanding of the New Testament. This however, leaves them in an untenable position trying to balance the divergence of… Read More ›
James E. Snapp Jr. makes some quite candid points with respect to the reliability, preservation and transmission of the New Testament in a response to some of these misconceptions being part and parcel of the recent movie, “The Case for… Read More ›
In this 15 minute video, I respond to some common missionary claims made about the presevation of the Qur’an. More specifically, I respond to comments made by Dr. Daniel Wallace. and Allah knows best.