By Kent Brandenburg
If I were to rank the recent stir-ups that related to the Bible, as to national interest, they would be the following: (1) Duck Dynasty Phil Robertson's homosexuality comments, (2) John MacArthur's Strange Fire Conference, (3) NCFIC Holy Hip-Hop panel discussion, and (4) Mark Driscoll charged with plagiarism for several of his books. If I were to rank a number five, it is the hub-bub over the documentary by Chris Pinto that questioned the veracity of Tischendorf's Sinaiticus Greek New Testament manuscript. This included comments from Dan Wallace, a debate between Pinto and James White, several blog posts attacking Pinto from various sources, and a lot of mileage in discussion forum debate. Why did this number five create such a furor?