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A scholarly, carefully researched & documented, examination of the origin and evolution of the Christian Bible. Though written by a scholar it's easily accessible to the layperson.Published 3 days ago by Jim W.
Not well researched. Disgruntled former Christian. Very confused author.Published 4 days ago by Richard Thompson
Misquoting Jesus is an in-depth exploration of how the Christian Bible came to be in the form we are now familiar with. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Debra Miller
How Jesus story was rewritten after Jesus died. I recommend his New Testament book.it's the most comprehensive. All of his books are great.Published 9 days ago by Delbert Jolly
An excellent review of the development of the NT cannon by the best popularize of NT scholarship.Published 13 days ago by T Moylan
It tells you how the Holy Bible came into being, and it ain't a pretty story.Published 16 days ago by Vincent
I would never by another book by this author. He is the one who is doing the misquoting. Clearly he doesn't understand the Bible nor the writers.Published 17 days ago by Ellie Sue
Herman writes a disturbing account of the development of the Christian Bible and the beliefs that emanate from it. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Dave Murray in Costa Rica
Ehrman is a genius. He is leading a revolution in X-tocentric thought and taking "Jesus" back to Yeshua revising over 2,000 years of arbitrary dogma that has removed the... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Minister Nkanwi Fokwa Ambe