Category Archives: Bible

How do we Know what we Know, Part Two

For background to the following, see here, here, and here especially the comment sections.  This post is a continuation of that conversation. What I am about to describe, I think, is the experience of the vast majority of people in … Continue reading

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Ehrman is about Selling Books

A Duke Faculty blog has some interesting thoughts (I think true) on Bart Ehrman’s real motivations here.

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Creating Chicken Littles

This is old, but new to me. I came across this from reading a “cannibalized” version in another format. This paper was originally published in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 49 (2006): 327-49. The author is Daniel B. … Continue reading

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Moody Bible Institute and Wheaton owe Bart Ehrman an Apology

Why are we supposed to care what Bart Ehrman thinks about Christianity, philosophy, church history, or Christian doctrine? How does being a textual critic turn one into an expert in these other areas? None of us can help the fact … Continue reading

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