J. Warner Wallace addresses the objections of Bible scholars like Bart Ehrman who reject the inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture. Wallace agrees with Erdman's claim that there are variations in the text but shows why these don't really matter.
Wallace points out the importance of distinguishing between artifacts and evidence and gives clear criteria for separating the two. He explains how artifacts (variant readings) wound up in the Bible and outlines a reliable process to get back to the inerrant originals.
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