No Agnostic Can be Valiant for Truth

Bart D. Ehrman is one of the most renowned and controversial Bible scholars in the world today. However, Ehrman is also a world-renowned New Testament textual and early Christianity scholar, who literally refers to himself as the "Happy Agnostic."

THE FACE OF AN APOSTATE ANTICHRIST

New Testament and Textual scholar Dr. Daniel B. Wallace estimates that tens of thousands of young Christians have lost their faith due to the Agnostic NT Textual and Early Christianity scholar Dr. Bart D. Ehrman's New York Times Bestselling book MISQUOTING JESUS: Who Changes the Bible and Why (2006). What Christian would ever co-author a book with Ehrman?

Discovering the Bart D. Ehrman Mindset

Because of liberal scholarship of such persons as Bart D. Ehrman, Elaine Pagels, Karen L. King, and Marvin W. Meyer; many have become suspicious and skeptical about the Bible being the Word of God and orthodox Christianity, being the Christianity that heresy grew out of centuries later.

DEBUNKING EHRMAN: ‘This was a Human Book from Beginning to End’

Agnostic early Christianity and textual scholar Dr. Bart D. Ehrman, writes, "For me, though, this was a compelling problem. It was the words of Scripture themselves that God had inspired. Surely we have to know what those words were if we want to know how he had communicated to us, since the very words were his words, and having some other words (those inadvertently or intentionally created by scribes) didn’t help us much if we wanted to know His words." Misquoting Jesus (p. 5)

DEBUNKING EHRMAN: ‘We Don’t Have Copies of the Copies of the Copies of the Originals’

"Not only do we not have the originals, we don’t have the first copies of the originals. We don’t even have copies of the copies of the originals, or copies of the copies of the copies of the originals. What we have are copies made later—much later. In most instances, they are copies made many centuries later. And these copies all differ from one another, in many thousands of places." - Agnostic NT textual scholar Dr. Bart D. Ehrman

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