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"Reliability" from a historical perspective is less about how many copies were made and more about when the originals were written and by whom.
Fine...as long as you are willing to assign the same rubric to all ancient manuscripts. Also I don't see how that goes against anything Ron Rhodes wrote in this article.
McElhaney: "Also I don't see how that goes against anything Ron Rhodes wrote in this article."Rhodes: "Bottom line: the New Testament has an overwhelming amount of evidence supporting its reliability."
Yes! And? Not all of that evidence is because of the number of manuscripts.