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Revisiting The Corruption Of The New Testament


In recent years popular culture has experienced a revival of interest in the early church and the beginning of the canonizing of Scripture. Extremely critical of the nature of the New Testament canon, however, many writers have suggested that the New Testament authors interrupted Jesus and misquoted His message. This scholarly book presents a strong case for the historicity and accuracy of the Bible, refuting the accusation that the Bible is unreliable.
From Revisiting the Corruption of the New Testament, students of New Testament and textual criticism will learn how the New Testament was written, compiled, and transmitted. This book is a detailed rebuttal to confident remarks about the inaccuracies indeed the corruption of the New Testament.

SKU (ISBN): 9780825433382
Editor: Daniel Wallace
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: 2011
Publisher: Kregel Publications


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