* A controversial look at "forgery" in the New Testament. Claiming that writing in another's name was common among first-century Christians, Ehrman argues that identifying actual scribes of documents---whether political, historical, or religious---was fraught with uncertainty, casting doubt on the authorship of letters penned under the names of Jesus' disciples. Sure to provoke vigorous debate! 256 pages, hardcover from HarperOne.
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