Fragments of Truth Movie Premiere TOMORROW
For centuries the Bible has been attacked on many fronts. From apparent contradictions to archeological gaps, skeptics have leveled their criticisms. In 2005, Bart Ehrman published his New York Times bestseller ‘Misqouting Jesus’ which questioned the reliability of the transmission of the manuscript tradition that undergirds the New Testament that many Christians hold near and dear. Can we really trust the Bible? “Skeptics say no, arguing that the Gospel manuscripts have been doctored to push a theological agenda.” Responses from conservative Christian apologetics were swift such as ‘Lost in Transmission’ (2007).
Tomorrow, for ONE NIGHT ONLY, Faithlife Films presents the first apologetic response to hit theatres nationwide. Fragments of Truth features Dr. Craig Evans (Distinguished Professor of Christian Origins at Houston Theological Seminary) “takes this claim head on, traveling the globe to track down the most ancient New Testament manuscripts. Along the way, he highlights groundbreaking new evidence, demonstrating that the case for the reliability of the New Testament manuscripts is stronger than ever.”
Experts weighing include: Dan Wallace (Dallas Theological Seminary), Larry Hurtado (University of Edinburgh), Peter Williams (Tyndale House), Timothy Janz (Vatican Library), Jill Unkel (Chester Beatty Library), David Parker (University of Birmingham), Suzanne Paul (Cambridge University Library), David Trobisch (Museum of the Bible) Michael Heiser (Faithlife Scholar in Residence), J. Keith Elliott (University of Leeds)
Craig Evans states, “We want to get to the truth of it, to separate fact from fiction, sober scholarship from sensationalism.”
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