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One of the most interesting, well written, well researched books on the subject I've read.
What Dr. Ehrman does in his book is take the literal history of the documents we have to support the bible and the sayings of Jesus and puts them in context.
In this book he examines how the New Testament Scripture was altered by successive copying scribes, how we can detect these changes, and why they were made.
Everything about this book is amazing and has been such a gift to read. Every Christian should be required to read this book.Published 1 day ago by Brooke M.
This is an interesting if tedious book for anyone who wants to learn about the actual nature of the New Testament. Read morePublished 5 days ago by James S. McEvoy
There are no surprises here; Ehrman has done a good job of weaving the history and findings into a quick, painless introduction to the craft of textual criticism. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Joellyn Anderson
I'm Bart Ehrman. I, I, I, Me, Me, Me, blah, blah, blah. Otherwise pretty good.Published 11 days ago by Daniel Bernard
Mr. Ehrman confirms my suspicions and did that with superlative scholarship and clarity.Published 21 days ago by Richard M. Weber
I just bought this book today and have almost finished it. It is definitely one of the best books I have read on this subject and I highly recommend it to people of faith and... Read morePublished 22 days ago by J. Allsup
If only I would have read this book as a young literalist.... if onlyPublished 1 month ago by zuluwhiskey