Wallace v. Enns: What to do with What’s Contested

Recently, Pete Enns took to Twitter, but in German, to disclose his conclusion on Colossians 2:2. His opinion is the verse is not in the Holy Scriptures, due to its being contested in the discipline of criticism. (Use translate to see Enn’s meaning).

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On the other hand, Daniel B. Wallace also includes the verse in his condensed examination of the New Testament’s Jesus as Theos (God) phenomenon. And, whereas Enns discredits the verse with certainty, Wallace reserves it to a “disputed” or “doubtful” status.

To the discerning mind, what is debatable should never be rejected with certainty. For me, Wallace wins.

https://bible.org/article/jesus-θεός-god-textual-examination

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