This video is Part 4 of the 'Jesus Myths Volume 1' series.
One modern myth is that we don't know what the people who wrote the Bible's accounts of Jesus said. Before printing was invented, these accounts were copied by hand, again and again, so have mistakes and deliberate distortions crept in? In this video, the contributors examine how many hand-written copies of these accounts there are.

Contributors to this video are:

  • Professor Craig Evans, Acadia University
  • Professor Dan Wallace, Dallas Theological Seminary.

[Go to Part 5: How does the evidence for the Gospels compare with other ancient documents?]

More information on the complete 'Jesus Myths Volume 1' series can be found here.

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