Bart Ehrman, in his New York Times bestseller, Misquoting Jesus, claims that the New Testament cannot wholly be trusted. Cutting and probing with the tools of text criticism, Ehrman suggests that many of its episodes are nothing but legend, fabricated by those who copied or collated its pages in the intervening centuries. The result is confusion and doubt. Can we truly trust what the New Testament says? Now, Wheaton College scholar Nicholas Perrin takes on Ehrman and others who claim that the text of the New Testament has been corrupted beyond recognition. Perrin, in an approachable, compelling style, gives us a layman's guide to textual criticism so that readers can understand the subtleties of Ehrman's critiques, and provides firm evidence to suggest that the New Testament can, indeed, be trusted.What We Can Know About the Words of Jesus Nicholas Perrin. disciplesa#39; feet. ... It was, of course, not nearly as new and strange for amy favorite roommatea (I called him that a lot). The next evening was to be ... If I had found Thursday nighta#39;s service long, Roomie assured me, Fridaya#39;s service would be much longer. Actually, I hadna#39;t ... We slipped in and took our places toward the back. He gave me someanbsp;...
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|Publisher||:||Thomas Nelson Inc - 2009-08-24|