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There is a wide array of opinions over the authorship of Ignatius’ Epistles.
Some men such as John Calvin and many textual critics today view them as… 2,180 more words
Reading Irenaeus, I came across the following gem in Against Heresies 3:21.2–
[D]uring the captivity of the people under Nebuchadnezzar, the Scriptures had been corrupted, and when, after seventy years, the Jews had returned to their own land, then, in the times of Artaxerxes king of the Persians, inspired Esdras the priest, of the tribe of Levi, to recast all the words of the former prophets, and to re-establish with the people the Mosaic legislation. 507 more words
Ehrman Equates the Apocryphal Gospels as Being Equal to the Canonical Gospels—Debunking Bart D. Ehrman
To be sure, of all the hundreds of thousands of textual changes found among our manuscripts, most of them are completely insignificant, immaterial, of no real importance… 5,650 more words