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Textual Criticism of Luke 3:22: A Response to Bart Ehrman, An Argument Supporting the Traditional Reading

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Textual Criticism of Luke 3:22: A Response to Bart Ehrman, An Argument Supporting the Traditional Reading, by Robert Alan King is a book with over 8,800 words. This book first presents the argument of Ehrman regarding the textual variant in Luke 3:22, then discusses and defines the meaning of Psalms 2:7, and afterwards explores the Sonship theology in Luke. What then follows is a brief look at the manuscript evidence, an examination of the early gospels used by the Hebrews relevant to the variant, and then finally a thorough exploration of the patristic evidence. All this will be wrapped up with King's conclusion, based on the evidence presented here, that the traditional reading found in most Greek manuscripts is in fact the original text composed by Luke. King is an ordained minister through Calvary Chapel and runs the website BibleCommentator.com.

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