Unlike newspapers, which bury their corrections, or TV news, which never admit their mistakes, this author will freely admit his errors. It has been pointed out that the comments I made regarding the evidence for making a 50s date of the gospels based on the work of Jose O'Callaghan is incorrect. I have spent a great deal of time looking into this, and I have discovered that this is the case. Virtually no New Testament scholar agrees with O'Callaghan's dating of the 7Q5 fragment.
While I attempt to be as thorough as possible, I do (and will continue to) make mistakes in my research. I also believe that when I do make a mistake, and I am able to confirm the error, I am compelled to not only admit it, but to admit in the clearest possible manner. This incident has taught me to be more careful in my research, and I will endeavor to do so.
As an aside, this blog was linked at a major ex-Jehovah's Witness site, and there were a number of comments made. I will not respond to them, because I believe that if a person is going to make a comment about a blog, then that person should do so on the blog in question. Hopefully those people will read this, and respond accordingly.
Now, back to the topic at hand.