H.L. Hastings was a prolific writer in the late 1800s, with literally millions of his booklets being published. Most of them dealt with the topic of the reliability and inspiration of the Bible. He put out a regular publication called “The Christian,” and a series of booklets called “The Anti-Infidel Library.” Several of these booklets are on list to add to the Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary in the coming weeks.
But for now, we’d like to present to you his book called “The Corruptions of the New Testament.” It shows that the claims of the skeptics are completely overblown when it comes to supposed “corruptions” of the New Testament text.
- How Old Is The English Bible?.
- Old Bibles In Other Languages.
- Uncial And Cursive Manuscripts.
- Various Readings.
- The Most Ancient Manuscripts.
- The Variations In Different Editions.
- Various Readings In The Sermon On The Mount.
- The Preservation Of The Manuscripts.
- No Record Of Apostles’ Death.
- What, Then, Are Our Conclusions?.
- Genuine And Spurious Books.
- Eusebius On The Sacred Canon,
- The Testimony Of Origen On The Canon.
- The Muratorian Fragment On The Canon.
- The Earliest List Of The New Testament Books.
- The Disputed New Testament Books.
- The Epistle To The Hebrews.
- The Conclusion Of The Matter.
- The Fountain Head.
To read this book, simply click the link below, or you can download it to save for later reading. Enjoy!