Bibliology and Hermeneutics #3 – Transmission of Scripture

How do we know that the Bible that we have is the same as when it was originally written? Did the scribes ever make mistakes in copying the text? If so, can we really trust the Bible? Upon completion of this lesson, the student should have a better understanding of the process and history of biblical transmission. The introduction to textual criticism provided in this session will give the student a firm grasp of the challenges that the scribes faced when copying the Scriptures from generation to generation. This challenge will be illustrated and demonstrated in many different ways. The student should leave with greater confidence that the Bible that they hold in their hand accurately represents the original.

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Class Discussion for Week 3

Session Reading
– Wayne Grudem, Systematic Theology, pp. 54-72 (ch 3)

For Further Study:

Daniel Wallace: Is What We Have Now What They Wrote Then? Part 1

Daniel Wallace: Is What We Have Now What They Wrote Then? Part 2

Do the New Testament Misquote Jesus as Bart D. Ehrman Claims?

James White – The Early Textual Transmission of the NT

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About Ray

Sr. Research Manager by day, Bible and Theology teacher by night. Father of two great kids and humble husband to a godly wife.
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