Quote from the interview, in response to Bart Ehrman:
[H]is logic is ghastly; for example, he continually argues that since we don’t have any autographs of the New Testament material that this stuff is unreliable. Listen, we don’t have any autographs of 99% of all the literary works in history. We don’t have a single autograph of a Shakespeare play, for example, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t rely on the earliest texts we do have.
Here is a list of other Scholars with an Appreciation of Textual Criticism for Classical as well as Biblical Literature