Logical Criticisms of Textual Criticism - Gordon H. Clark
The Christian in the pew is at a great disadvantage. He is kept in the dark about much of what affects his faith and life, even by those who have the responsibility to teach him. One example of this is textual criticism. For a century scholars have been making new translations of the Bible and encouraging laymen to buy them. These are more accurate than the old, we are told. For 1900 years the Church got along with defective Bibles but modern scholarship has served to improve our readings. In this book, Clark illustrates the errors of liberal N. T. critics. He has the audacity to point out that the reigning textual critics are NAKED and EXPOSED.