Dive into the critical exploration of the strategies employed by Bible critics to undermine the credibility of God's Word subtly. This article scrutinizes Agnostic Bart D. Ehrman's approach, dissecting his claims and countering his arguments with sound scholarship and a robust understanding of biblical texts and history. A must-read for anyone interested in biblical criticism and the defense of Scripture's integrity.
This article explores the ongoing debate over the origin of textual variants in the Greek New Testament manuscripts, examining the evidence for and against the idea that some variants were intentionally introduced by readers. The implications for textual criticism and interpretation are discussed, as well as the views of scholars on both sides of the debate.
Caspar René Gregory published a cataloging system for the Greek New Testament manuscripts in 1908. In 1963, Kurt Aland expanded Gregory's work, and the Gregory-Aland (GA) numbers became the industry standard for referencing Greek New Testament manuscripts.
We must face the reality that while the original 39 OT manuscripts and 27 NT manuscripts were inspired by God [Lit. “God-breathed”] (1 Tim. 3:16), as the authors were moved along by the Holy Spirit (1 Peter 1:21), this was not the case with the copyists thereafter. Yes, hundreds of thousands of scribal errors crept into our manuscripts.