Find out how we got the Bible, from ancient manuscript to modern translation, with this bundle featuring several of today’s leading biblical scholars. Dr. Craig Evans—world-renowned professor and archaeologist—responds to skeptics with a persuasive defense of the reliability of New Testament manuscripts. Dr. Michael Heiser, an expert in a dozen ancient languages, explains how the Old and New Testaments were composed, copied, and canonized. Dr. Mark Strauss—vice chair for the Committee of Bible Translation—surveys the issues in Bible translation so you can understand how and why translations disagree. Gain a deeper appreciation for the text of the Bible from these scholars who have spent more than a combined 75 years in the field.
- BI181 Introducing Bible Translations by Mark L. Strauss
- OT281 How We Got the Old Testament by Michael S. Heiser
- NT281 How We Got the New Testament by Michael S. Heiser
- NT308 The Reliability of New Testament Manuscripts by Craig A. Evans
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