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Misguiding critic

Born in 1955, he describes having a born again evangelical conversion as a teenager.

Unapologetic Christianity Chris Sinkinson
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Part of Matthew’s Gospel from the Codex Alexandrinus dated at between 400 - 440 AD

He went to Moody Bible College where he discovered a gift in reading the original languages of the Bible. This led him to further study at Wheaton College and postgraduate work at Princeton Theological Seminary. His doctoral work was under the supervision of Bruce Metzger, a name familiar to anyone who uses a Greek New Testament. Who am I describing? It might sound like the background of a Don Carson or a Craig Blomberg. It sounds like the credentials of a significant evangelical scholar. Sadly, this is the life story of a man who has become one of the most influential critics of biblical Christianity.