Discovering the Mindset of Agnostic, Bart D. Ehrman

Because of liberal scholarship of such persons as Bart D. Ehrman, Elaine Pagels, Karen L. King, and Marvin W. Meyer; many have become suspicious and skeptical about the Bible being the Word of God and orthodox Christianity, being the Christianity that heresy grew out of centuries later.

AGNOSTIC DR. BART D. EHRMAN: The Face of an Apostate Antichrist

New Testament and Textual scholar Dr. Daniel B. Wallace estimates that tens of thousands of young Christians have lost their faith due to the Agnostic NT Textual and Early Christianity scholar Dr. Bart D. Ehrman's New York Times Bestselling book MISQUOTING JESUS: Who Changes the Bible and Why (2006). What Christian would ever co-author a book with Ehrman?

DEBUNKING AGNOSTIC BART D. EHRMAN: ‘What We Have Here Are the Error-Ridden Copies of the Autographs’

Agnostic Dr. Bar D. Ehrman writes, “It is inspired completely and in its very words—“verbal, plenary inspiration.” All the courses I took presupposed and taught this perspective; any other was taken to be misguided or even heretical. Some, I suppose, would call this brainwashing. Misquoting Jesus (p. 4) So rather than actually having the inspired words of the autographs (i.e., the originals) of the Bible, what we have are the error-ridden copies of the autographs. Misquoting Jesus (p. 5). What good is it to say that the autographs (i.e., the originals) were inspired? We don’t have the originals! We have only error-ridden copies, and the vast majority of these are centuries removed from the originals and different from them, evidently, in thousands of ways. Misquoting Jesus (p. 7)”

HOW CAN YOU DEBUNK AGNOSTIC BART D. EHRMAN’S? “And So It Goes for Centuries”

“Scholars differ significantly in their estimates—some say there are 200,000 variants known, some say 300,000, some say 400,000 or more!” Bart D. Ehrman has some favorite, unprofessional ways of describing the problems, which he stresses without qualification, in every interview he has for a lay audience or seminary students. For example, “There are more variations among our manuscripts than there are words in the New Testament.” Another, “We don’t even have copies of the copies of the originals, or copies of the copies of the copies of the originals.” Ehrman is impressively smooth, efficient, and works effortlessly in his misleading, misrepresenting, and misinforming.

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