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Bart D. Erhman: Misquoting Jesus (Stanford Lecture Series)

Bart D. Erhman, Misquoting Jesus: Scribes who Altered Scripture and Readers Who May Never Know (Heyns Lecture Series, Stanford University’s Office for Religious Life, 2007).

For those who don’t have time to read Bart D. Erhman’s book, I found a helpful summary of his ideas in this lecture.  As you may already know, Erhman used to be an evangelical, but after a rigorous scholarly study of Scripture came to be one of the most outspoken critics against evangelical views of Scripture and lost his Christian faith.  I have also posted another video from Unbelievable? with Justin Brierley below, in which Erhman interacts with a more conservative scholar, Mike Licona, who went through a similar experience of doubt during his scholarly study of Scriptures and appears to have let go of his former views of Scripture, but without loosing his Christian faith.  They show the deepest respect for one another, but each brings different philosophical presuppositions that determine what can and cannot be concluded based on the historical evidence.

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Bart D. Erhman and Mike Licona on Unbelievable? with Justin Brierley

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