Monthly Archives: July 2012

Ehrman’s Problem 15: He Failed to See Eternity

I mentioned previously that most apologists argue that the reason God allows evil is that it is a greater good for God to allow evil than to create a world where evil is impossible. For God to create a world … Continue reading

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Ehrman’s Problem 14: He Misunderstood God’s Promises

Beginning on his first page of his chapter on “The Mystery of the Greater Good,” Ehrman relates his disappointment with God (125-126): If (IF!) there is a God, he is not the kind of being that I believed in as … Continue reading

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The Bibliographical Test Updated

For more than forty years Christians have appealed to what is called the “bibliographical test” as a means of establishing the New Testament’s (NT) transmissional accuracy. The bibliographical test examines the overall number of extant manuscripts (sometimes abbreviated to MSS … Continue reading

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