The Ehrman Project

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I am reading Dr. Ehrman’s book: Misquoting Jesus right now and I’d love to review it here.  This was the first popular book he wrote I believe.  I happened to read others of his before this one and I am developing a different appreciation of him.

In the mean time, there is a great site to check out put together by some of the great minds in Christianity (USA). You will want to check it out here.

 

Check it out. These definitions are critical to understanding what is in the Bible and how to put what is there in perspective.

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  3. Verses in the Bible are just written by man. And as human as they were they were bound to commit errors. The way of writing before is very different from the way it is now and some might have different interpretations of it that the whole essence of its true meaning is lost.

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