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This review is from: A Brief Introduction to the New Testament (Paperback)
This book is very well written and very interesting. As the title says this is an introduction, not an in depth study. Another reviewer claims to have found mistakes about the new testament within this book, I would like him to develope on that statement because this book is by one of the most respected scholars on the subject. I dare to take a guess and say that this reviewer is just not happy with the facts because these questions his faith and what he has taken as truth for a long time, but that is just my guess.
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Initial post: Oct 8, 2010 6:38:34 PM PDT
ZB 83 says:
Bart Ehrman is not a respected scholar outside the unbelieving circle. His false assumptions are problematic to say the least. Don't believe me read the titles of most of his books, they are "edgy" so that people who don't agree with the traditional view of Christ have someone to agree with. This is not scholarship, this is propaganda. Metzger would eat his lunch. As does Blomberg. Get a clue.
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 10, 2012 11:58:10 PM PDT
Bart, at the beginning of his 30 years of research, was a devout Christian, which I think shows something about the level of his bias.
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