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- Reading Books and Listening to Talks is Not Enough
- Not All Apologetics Methods Are Created Equally
- A Degree is More Than a Piece of Paper
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The topic of the reliability of the New Testament deals with whether or not
The evidence for the reliability of the New Testemant is largely based upon the early New Testament manuscripts.
The word manuscript is used to refer to both handwritten fragments and entire books.
The early manuscripts of the New Testament were NOT written on papyri because it was easily destroyed.
The term autograph refers to the original text.
The term variant simply refers to the different translations of the New Testament manuscripts.
We have manuscript copies of all of the New Testament books dated within 250 years of the original compositions.
We have copies of the following work(s) of antiquity dated within 250 years of the originals:
Taken together, the John Ryland’s Fragment, the Bodmer Papyri, and the _______ provide strong evidence for the reliability of the New Testament:
There are over 36,000 quotations of the New Testament by the early church.