Textual Criticism – Textual criticism, properly speaking, is an ancillary academic discipline designed to lay the foundations for the so-called higher criticism, which deals with questions of authenticity and attribution, of interpretation, and of literary and historical evaluation. (“Textual Criticism.” Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Accessed November 7, 2015.) See: 1.) A PRIMER ON NEW TESTAMENT TEXTUAL CRITICISM 2.) Old Testament Textual Criticism 3.) Textual Reliability of the New Testament 4.) How much could the NT have been altered?