Seminar: “The authenticity of the New Testament”


The seminar provides participants with a clear understanding of how the text of the Bible was copied and transmitted in its early days. It explores the process of manuscript spreading, the significance of handwritten copies, and the importance of having multiple existing texts to trace back to the oldest and most authentic versions.

Different translations of the Bible are also discussed, shedding light on the factors that can lead to variations in wording and the potential disappearance of certain verses in newer translations. By explaining these aspects, the seminar effectively addresses the question of whether the Bible has been changed or not.

Duration: 5 hours
For whom: Adults
Method: Lecture, demonstrative practices and discussion.