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Heretics Once he starts preaching his own revelation, Carlton Pearson's church falls apart. After all, when there's no Hell (as the logic goes), you don't really need to believe in Jesus to be saved from it. What follows are the swift departures of his pastors, and an exodus from his congregation—which quickly dwindled to a few hundred people. Donations drop off too, but just as things start looking bleakest, new kinds of people, curious about his change in beliefs, start showing up on Sunday mornings. (23 minutes) Carlton Pearson is now based in Chicago. Heretics
hide captionDetail from the cover of Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why. HarperCollins Scholar Bart Ehrman's new book explores how scribes — through both omission and intention — changed the Bible. Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why is the result of years of reading the texts in their original languages. Ehrman says the modern Bible was shaped by mistakes and intentional alterations that were made by early scribes who copied the texts. Bart Ehrman's 'Misquoting Jesus' Bart Ehrman's 'Misquoting Jesus'
Misquoting Jesus, Stanford Lecture, How Bible Got Tainted 1/10
Bishop Spong ponders eternity