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Misquotes in MISQUOTING JESUS: Why You Can Still Believe

by Dillon Burroughs

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Refutation of Ehrman's work. Well done. Quick read.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0977742466, Paperback)

With this "nimble" and timely response to Bart Ehrman's best-selling MISQUOTING JESUS, author Dillon Burroughs offers a stirring defense of faith that will be sure to inspire evangelists and doubters alike. In ten chapters and five appendices, Burroughs examines Ehrman's thought-provoking book in detail, identifying its conceptual errors in a loving, respectful manner. A great start for anyone interested in learning more about the Word, understanding where the New Testament comes from, and knowing how and why we can rely on its truth.

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