Why Bart Ehrman Doesn’t Have to Ruin Your Christmas (Or Your Faith) Part 5

Why Bart Ehrman Doesn’t Have to Ruin Your Christmas (Or Your Faith) Part 5

This is the fifth of several videos Greg put together to refute Bart Ehrman’s claims published in the article What Do We Really Know About Jesus? In this segment, Greg points out that none of Bart’s material are new discoveries. Even the most conservative scholars in this field are aware of them, and yet, none of them come to Bart’s radical conclusions. If you missed the first four installments you can find them hereherehere and here.

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