Scholars with an Appreciation of Textual Criticism for Classical as well as Biblical Literature

Bart Ehrman has sold a lot of books by spreading doubt about the textual reliability of the New Testament.  Many Christian scholars – such as Daniel B. Wallace and Craig A. Evans – have refuted his arguments.  Perhaps the most powerful refutations of Ehrman’s arguments have to do with comparing how textual criticism is practiced with regard not just to the Bible but to all documents from antiquity.  These have been employed by Wallace and Evans, but also by a number of others.  In the list below, I’m including scholars who have spoken directly, and sometimes extensively, to this point.

Craig A. Evans

Timothy J. McGrew

Paul L. Maier

John Warwick Montgomery

Daniel B. Wallace

Peter J. Williams

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