What Others Say

‘Cresswell breaks through the barrier of conventional textual criticism with some refreshing, new analysis and ideas. His conclusions on the role of important early Greek sources are convincing, as is his examination of changes made to the source texts for doctrinal reasons. Engaging and scholarly, this is a fine piece of work.’
—Robert Eisenman, author of James the Brother of Jesus

‘There is no doubt that the monks of St Catherine’s monastery, home of the Codex Sinaiticus, will find this erudite book from Peter Cresswell of profound interest, as will most students of theology. It is nevertheless readily accessible to the lay reader, in explaining many mysteries of the Bible.’
—Robert Feather, author of The Secret Initiation of Jesus at Qumran