Category Archives: Biblical Scholars

Miscellaneous Notes on Bart Ehrman

In short, there were long, protracted, and often heated debates in the early church over forged documents. Early Christians realized that there were numerous forgeries in circulation, and they wanted to know which books were written by their alleged authors … Continue reading

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Daniel B. Wallace Audio Interview with Brian Auten

Interviewed by Brian Auten of Apologetics 315. Here is a list of other Scholars with an Appreciation of Textual Criticism for Classical as well as Biblical Literature

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Craig A. Evans

Interviewed by Brian Auten of Apologetics 315. Transcript of that interview. During the interview, Brian asked Craig about how textual evidence for the Bible stacked up against textual evidence for other ancient documents: Well, since you referred to the number and … Continue reading

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Paul L. Maier

Interviewed by Brian Auten of Apologetics 315. Transcript of that interview. Regarding those who question the historicity of Jesus, Maier says this during the interview: Well anybody who is using that argument is simply flaunting his ignorance. I hate to … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Timothy J. McGrew Interviewed by Brian Auten

Tim McGrew is interviewed by Brian Auten of Apologetics 315 In this interview, Tim gives numerous examples of the double standards of textual criticism which Bart Ehrman and others employ when assessing the textual reliability of the New Testament. Tim … Continue reading

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John Warwick Montgomery

Interviewed by Brian Auten of Apologetics 315 Transcript of that interview 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 … Continue reading

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Nick Peters Interviews Andrew Pitts About Authorship of New Testament Books

Andrew Pitts (Ph.D., McMaster Divinity College) is the guest for two hours on Nick Peter’s Deeper Waters podcast.  The host and guest are primarily reacting against Bart Ehrman’s book Forged: Writing in the Name of God–Why the Bible’s Authors Are Not … Continue reading

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Larry Hurtado on Bart Ehrman’s “How Jesus became God”

(7 min read; 1,601 words) How Jesus became “God,” per Ehrman | Larry Hurtado’s Blog.

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Profile of “The New Atheist” – William Lane Craig – from The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Chronicle of Higher Education profiles philosopher and debater Dr. William Lane Craig. (20 min read; 5,054 words) The New Theist – The Chronicle Review – The Chronicle of Higher Education (HT: The Poached Egg from Ratio Christi)

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