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More Commentary on Pinto’s Conspiracy Theory

Fred Butler has further comments on Chris Pinto’s failed performance in the debate:



(Incidentally, I find it telling that Chris Pinto and Brannon Howse refuse to post the debate audio on their respective websites for their people to listen to. If they think Pinto “won” the debate, why not post it? I think we all know the answer to this.)



Butler Explains Chris Pinto and Brannon Howse’s Bias


There is so much in Fred Butler’s article worthy to excerpt here (read it all), but here is a good point:

“Chris Pinto is going into David Barton territory with his Thomas Jefferson stuff. If I recall correctly, Brannon Howse has taken David Barton to task on that subject as well as posted articles by others. Well, here we have another guy who is spinning history to promote a particular agenda. His errors in misrepresenting the historical facts have been documented, and yet, both men dismiss it out of hand.”

Pinto’s Blunders – Part 2

Brannon Howse’s “Worldview Weekend” contributor Chris Pinto was recently duped by a satire news site.

It is hilarious, but sad. It shows the pattern of Chris Pinto relying on dubious sources to further his conspiracy theory.

“Another fascinating bit of evidence that gives us a peak into the conspiratorialist mindset of Chris Pinto involves the missing August 5, 2013 episode of Noise of Thunder. In that episode, Pinto led off his program by reading and commenting on a news story that he believed was real but was in fact a satirical news story from Newslo.com, a competitor to The Onion.”


Responding to Chris Pinto’s Textus Receptus Onlyism

Chris Pinto of Noise of Thunder Radio holds to the conspiracy theory that Codex Sinaiticus is a 19th century forgery, a “Jesuit plot” to undermine the authority of Scripture with modern translations of the Bible.

Pinto’s agenda is to promote his Textus Receptus view, arguing that the TR is the textual tradition that goes back to the original manuscripts of the New Testament.

There is a problem though. There is no evidence. In fact, the evidence is that it is the Alexandrian textual tradition that is ancient, as I have written on here: