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Two DVDs from Dan Wallace
12/19/2008 - James WhiteI can't help it. I really like Dan Wallace. One of my favorite memories of ETS in Orlando in 1998 was standing at the NET Bible booth for a long period of time debating the interpretation of the Carmen Christi with Dan. Neither of us had a text with us, but we both knew it well enough to do without. It was a great time. Now, Dan and I disagree on various things, but he always makes you think, and I appreciate that.
Dan has put out two DVDs containing recent presentations on the text of the New Testament. We are not carrying them, but I wanted to let folks know about them, since they would be of special interest to my readers. If you have not picked up Dan's debate with Bart Ehrman, you really need to track it down. Great material. Here is the announcement that CSNTM has sent out:
Two DVD videos on the reliability of the New Testament manuscripts
Several have asked about getting a hold of Dr. Daniel B. Wallace's plenary address, delivered at the Evangelical Theological Society's annual meeting in November 2008; others have wanted to get his lecture at apologetics conferences and in churches on whether our Bible today essentially reflects the wording of the original text. Both of these lectures are now available as video DVDs. They would make great Christmas presents and the price is nominal. The ordering information is available below.
Is What We Have Now What They Wrote Then?
A lecture at an apologetics conference in Providence, Rhode Island, 2008, about whether our printed New Testaments today accurately represent the original text.
Challenges in New Testament Textual Criticism for the 21st Century
A plenary lecture at the annual Evangelical Theological Society meeting in Providence, Rhode Island, 2008, on current issues in NT textual criticism.
The price of each video DVD is $10 plus $3 S&H. The price of both video DVDs together is $15 plus $3 S&H. Texas residents also will pay 8.25% sales tax. Allow two to four weeks for delivery.
To order, go to http://www.nttextualcriticism.com/tcct/DVDPaypal.htm.