GCU Welcomes Dr. Peter Williams
A Look at the Manuscript Evidence
The College of Theology is pleased to feature special guest speaker and globally renowned Bible research scholar Peter Williams, PhD. Dr. Williams chairs the International Greek New Testament Project, which is currently producing the world’s most comprehensive information on the manuscripts of John’s gospel. He is also a member of the Translation Oversight Committee of the English Standard Version Bible.
The amount of manuscript evidence for the Bible far surpasses that of any other ancient set of books. Dr. Williams will discuss how reliable historical information could be passed on through manuscript copies over vast periods of time. Bible manuscripts can be shown to contain historical information, which can be trusted at least as much as the ancient writings discovered by archaeologists.
About Dr. Williams
Dr. Williams is the CEO and warden of Tyndale House Cambridge and a lecturer in Hebrew language at the University of Cambridge. He earned his MA, MPhil and PhD at Cambridge, studying ancient languages related to the Bible. Prior to leading Tyndale House, Dr. Williams was a senior lecturer in New Testament at the University of Aberdeen. He has spoken at churches, universities, seminaries, schools and conferences across the world on subjects including Bible translation, apologetics and how to understand the scriptures.
This event will be held in the CCOB Lecture Hall. Space is limited. Please RSVP to guarantee your seat.
For questions about this event, contact COT@gcu.edu
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