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Posted December 24, 2011
Not so much a dialogue as a Q&A and a series of articles
This book offers a survey of various positions on the reliability of the New Testament text from within the field of New Testament textual criticism. Points of view range from liberal agnostic, to Neo-orthodox, to conservative defenders of Scriptural innerancy.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Despite the book's subtitle, the featured article was less a dialogue between Ehrman and Wallace and more a Q and A session with each making an opening statement and then answering questions put to him by an audience...there was not any real-back-and-forth or point-counterpoint which I found disappointing. Overall it was a decent collection of essays which provided a variety of viewpoints (though it was definitely tilted toward the "The New Testament is reliable" position).