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Welcome to the Ehrman Project.
Dr. Bart Ehrman is raising significant questions about the reliability of the Bible. In an engaging way, he is questioning the credibility of Christianity. His arguments are not new, which he readily admits. Numerous Biblical scholars profoundly disagree with his findings. This site provides responses to Dr. Ehrman's provocative conclusions.
  1. "Is the Original New Testament Lost?" Ehrman Project 10-Jan-2012
 
  • 2012 EhrmanProject.com Promotional Video

    Dustin Smith

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Promo Video
  • 2012 Welcome to the Ehrman Project

    Miles O'Neill

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Welcome
  • 2012 What role do our presuppositions play in our worldviews?

    Dr. Alvin Plantinga

    John A O'Brien Professor of Philosophy
    University of Notre Dame

    [Transcript available soon]

    Dr. Alvin Plantinga
  • 2012 How do you explain the high number of variants found in the New Testament? (pt. 1)

    Dr. Daniel B. Wallace

    Professor of New Testament Studies
    Dallas Theological Seminary

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    Transcript available soon]

    Dr. Daniel Wallace
  • 2012 How do you explain the high number of variants found in the New Testament? (pt. 2)

    Dr. Daniel B. Wallace

    Professor of New Testament Studies
    Dallas Theological Seminary

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    Transcript available soon]

    Dr. Daniel Wallace
  • 2012 Are the differences between the Gospels necessarily contradictions?

    Dr. Darrell Bock

    Professor of New Testament Studies
    Dallas Theological Seminary

    (Transcript available soon)

    Dr. Darrell Bock
  • 2012 Weren't there just varieties and alternatives of early Christianity with no real orthodoxy?

    Dr. Darrell Bock

    Professor of New Testament Studies
    Dallas Theological Seminary

    [Transcript available soon]

    Dr. Darrell Bock
  • 2012 Don't all the numerous translations prove the Bible's unreliability?

    Dr. Ed Gravely

    Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies
    Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

    [Transcript available soon]

    Dr. Ed Gravely

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