Articles by Michael Kruger

How Jesus Became God: A Review

Article by   May 2014
Over the years, I have had the opportunity to review a number of Bart Ehrman's books, including, most recently, his volume Forged: Writing in the Name of God--Why the Bible's Authors are Not Who We Think They Are (HarperOne, 2011). At the end of that review, I concluded with these words: [Ehrman] regularly goes beyond what the evidence can sustain. For this reason the book, like many of his others, comes across as more autobiographical than academic; more polemical than historical. Ehrman still seems to be chasing the ghosts of his evangelical past. One wonders how many more books he will need to write before they go away. continue

Jesus Interrupted

Article by   November 2009
Jesus InterruptedBy Bart D. Ehrman304 p.HarperOne (March 2009)This review has been used by permission as appeared in WTJ 71, no.2, Fall 2009Just in time for Easter, Bart Ehrman has (again) offered another popular-level assault on the historical integrity of the... continue

Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why

Article by   April 2006
There has been a long-standing discussion in the world of textual criticism concerning the degree to which scribes intentionally altered passages of the New Testament to better conform to their own theological preferences. Ever since the well-known statement from Westcott... continue
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