Our Daily Metzger – Asa or Asaph

Chris.Thomas Textual Criticism Leave a Comment

This is the first in a series that will cover some of the more outrageous and foolish claims by Dr. Bruce Metzger in his Textual Commentary.  The series will also show that Restorationist Textual Criticism’s underlying philosophy is at odds with Biblical Christianity.  And those …

NT Manuscripts Made to Order (Erasmus and I Jn5.7)

William Sandell Comma Johanneum, Erasmus, Erasmus Myths, Greek Language, history, Home Page Slider, Post Slider on Main Page, Textual Criticism 1 Comment

It is commonly known that Erasmus did not include a large section of 1 John 5:7 in the 1st and 2nd Editions of his Greek New Testament.  This is the so called Comma Johanneum,  “For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, …

A Short Response to James White

Chris Thomas Confessional Textual View, Home Page Slider, James White, Post Slider on Main Page, Preservationist Textual Criticism, Textual Criticism 3 Comments

Faulty Facts and Assumptions On Thursday, June 9th, James White posted in the Reformed Pub about the Comma Johanneum.  Like most of Mr. White’s previous interactions with those of us that hold to the Confessional view of Scripture, Mr. White failed to understand the key …

Five Considerations About Arguments Based on Stylistic Differences

Paul J. Barth Pericope de Adulterae, Post Slider on Main Page, Textual Criticism Leave a Comment

How should we think about arguments against the traditional human authorship of a certain passage or book of Scripture based on style and word choice, such as this one by Bart Ehrman: “its writing style is very different from what we find in the rest …