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    The Reliability of the New Testament Text

    Here is a fascinating discussion on the subject of the trustworthiness of the New Testament text. Concerning it, Dr. James White writes, "When I went up to Salt Lake this past weekend I had the opportunity of recording an episode of The Ancient Paths television show, sponsored by the Orthodox Presbyterian Church there in Salt Lake (Christ Presbyterian Church)... It is about 57 minutes in length, so be aware of that, but here is a discussion of the reliability of the text of the New Testament in the context of Mormonism."

    The more we as Christians are made aware of these issues, the more we will be ready and prepared with a reasoned explanation for why we believe in the Bible in our day. I trust the information contained in this video will be a deep and rich blessing to you both for yourself and for evangelistic/apologetics purposes. It is highly recommended. - JS

    Posted by John Samson on June 2, 2009 03:37 AM

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