Posts Tagged ‘New Testament’

Bart Ehrman’s Mainstream Scholarship in Textual Criticism

Do We Have the Original Words of the New Testament Writers? by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT   Many conservative Christians today would unceremoniously dismiss scholars who question the veracity of biblical texts and would expel and ostracise the voice that dares to question the inerrancy (The belief that scripture is free from errors, i.e., […]

Jesus was hungry

Was Jesus really hungry? Was it just a parable? What was it? by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons) Before we delve into the topic proper we should briefly establish the relevant framework upon which the whole discussion will be built so as to get better clarity. For a long time Biblical scholars have noticed distinct similarities […]

Mark 1:2 is still an error

Response to Sam Shamoun on Mark 1:2 by Ibn Anwar I have been away from Unveiling Christianity for a good long while due to engagements elsewhere. However, a couple of days ago a friend of mine brought my attention to an article written by Sam Shamoun in rebuttal to my article on Mark 1:2. Though […]

The New Testament Greek manuscripts

Greek New Testament manuscripts vs. Arabic Qur’an and hadith manuscripts by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons) Many Christian apologists argue that the Qur’an and hadith are historically unreliable. It is claimed that this is due to the scarcity of early manuscript evidence for either Qur’an or hadith. The latter is claimed to be far more unreliable […]

Whose canon is divinely inspired?

  Multitude of Christian canons by Ibn Anwar     The word canon comes from the Greek kanna which accoding to Prof. Bleddyn J. Roberts means ” ‘reed’ or ‘cane’; which gives the idea of a measuring-rod, and it was first used in this sense when Athanasius applied it to the books of the NT.” [1] In the […]

Son of God

Is Jesus God because he is Son of God?

The Oldest Text of the New Testament?

Discusses the so called p52