The following links give scholarly support that the Scriptures we have are what was originally written:
Craig Blomberg provides 59 Confirmed or Historically Probable Facts in the Gospel of John (source: Truthbomb Apologetics) February 12, 2012
Mike Licona explains the As, Bs, Cs, Ds and Es of New Testament reliability « Wintery Knight (focuses on the four gospels)
Who Wrote the Gospels? by Timothy McGrew, presented January 23, 2012; uploaded February 7, 2012) (video 1:22:15, power-point presentation with audio of speaker) (courtesy of Apologetics 315 YouTube channel)
Undesigned Coincidences (evidence for the historicity of the Gospels) from Timothy McGrew (a 9:30 video presentation)
Gospels and Acts:
The Gospels and Acts as History by Dr. Timothy McGrew, presented November 7, 2011 for Reasonable Faith Belfast, uploaded December 7, 2011 (video 1:46:12; power-point presentation with audio of speaker). This presentation repeats some of the information from Who Wrote the Gospels? above by the same author.
Ehrman Project (a web site offering scholarly refutation of Bart Ehrman’s views on reliability of the New Testament texts)
Is The Original New Testament Lost? :: A Dialogue with Dr. Bart Ehrman & Dr. Daniel Wallace (a two-hour debate on video)
Daniel Wallace describes his third debate with Bart Ehrman about the reliability of the New Testament in EHRMAN VS WALLACE: ROUND THREE, February 1, 2012; posted February 5, 2012 (courtesy of Parchment & Pen Blog)
The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (Dallas, TX; Daniel B. Wallace, Director)
“Orality”, “Textuality” and the Material Evidence, January 31, 2012, blog post by Larry W. Hurtado
More Material Evidence on Reading in Roman Antiquity, February, 1, 2012, blog post by Larry W. Hurtado
Last updated February 15, 2012
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