Is the New Testament Reliable?

Some sceptics claim the New Testament is a distorted translation of late-dated manuscripts written by unknown authors. Since we don’t have the original documents – how do we know that we have faithful copies today?  Bruce examines these claims and shows why our 2000-year-old manuscripts that are the foundations of our New Testament can be trusted as accurate and reliable.

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