The New Testament
New Testament Reliability - Can you trust the Bible?
Wretched TV, 11/2/2013, Dr. James White of Alpha and Omega Ministries
Do we have enough evidence to reconstruct the New Testament text? Or did early scribes corrupt it beyond repair? Daniel B. Wallace and Bart D. Ehrman debate the issue of if we can trust the text of the New Testament at Southern Methodist University on October 1, 2011. At the time, this was the largest attended debate on the text of the NT ever. Dr. Mark A. Chancey, Professor of Religious Studies at SMU, serves as MC.
Dr. Wallace is Director of the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) and Senior Research Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. He has been both a consultant and editor for several Bible translations and has traveled the world preserving copies of the New Testament with CSNTM.
How Badly Was the New Testament Corrupted? | Veritas at SDSU (2018)
Many people believe the New Testament is corrupted and therefore unreliable. But is this true? Biblical scholar Dr. Daniel Wallace explores the issue at a Veritas Forum from South Dakota State University.
Dr. Daniel Wallace is Senior Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary and Executive Director of the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts.
Reliability of the New Testament - Daniel B. Wallace and Darrell L. Bock
In this episode, Drs. Darrell L. Bock and Dan Wallace discuss the reliability of the New Testament, focusing on the task of discovering the wording of the original documents.
Do we have the correct New Testament Text? Gary Habermas at The Veritas Forum
http://www.veritas.org - The New Testament is an old book, so how do we know we've got it right? Gary Habermas, American historian and philosopher of religion, compares the manuscript support of the New Testament to other classical texts and finds it noticeably strong. Watch the full forum at www.veritas.org: http://www.veritas.org/Media.aspx#!/v....
Can We Trust the Gospels? - Peter Williams
This session considers how an argument can be made for the historical reliability of the gospels that is based on easily accessible knowledge, especially from the text of the gospels themselves. It focuses on the knowledge basis shown by the gospel writers and the presence of undesigned coincidences between the different narratives. It also seeks to show how Christians should not take an unwarranted burden of proof in dealing with specific objections, such as alleged contradictions.
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Frank Turek - Session 5 - Is the New Testament True?
I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Athiest
Session 5: Is The New Testament True?
J. Warner Wallace - Cold Case for the Reliability of the New Testament
Living Word Christian School presents its 4th Annual Speaker Series featuring J. Warner Wallace. J. Warner Wallace is a cold-case homicide detective and Christian apologist.
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Michael Licona: Are there Contradictions in the Gospels?
From "To Everyone an Answer: 10th Annual EPS Apologetics Conference"
Why The Bible Is Reliable - Dr. Frank Turek
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In this session, Dr. Kruger considers the development of the biblical canon and explains why this issue is important for defending the authority and inerrancy of Scripture.