Thursday, May 14, 2009
Featured Audio: Interview with Daniel Wallace on the Reliability of the New Testament Text
As we continue to look at the reliability and historicity of the New Testament text, I thought that an interview with Dr. Dan Wallace would be helpful. Wallace is one of the only speakers I have listened to that can make Bible history and manuscript evidence exciting and is one of the world's leading experts in biblical textual criticism.
In this interview he answers common questions about the reliability of the New Testament text: How many copies of the New Testament books do we have? How close to the time of writing are they? What kinds of mistakes did copyists make? Was anything lost in the process of copying the manuscripts? Dr. Wallace’s answers to these and several other questions will strengthen your confidence in the reliability of the New Testament. 
You can check out the audio here.
The original audio was found at 4truth.net, a great apologetics resource.
Courage and Godspeed,
1. Audio Interview with Daniel Wallace on the Reliability of the New Testament Text, http://www.4truth.net/site/c.hiKXLbPNLrF/b.3632711/k.9C0E/Audio_Interview_with_Daniel_Wallace_on_the_Reliability_of_the_New_Testament_Text.htm