The following is an excerpt from a letter written by the author stated. I understand his view, but isn't it very likely his statement is unjustified due to anyone who interprets the Bible, translates the Bible, etc. is very likely to insert their views into the translation, right? James D. Price, "We may disagree with Westcott and Hort on some of their doctrinal views, but their doctrinal views had little to do with the development of their method of textual criticism, a scientific method for deciding which readings of the Greek New Testament are most likely original. It is wrong to make a connection between their doctrinal views and their scientific methodology. Present day scholars, who accept their method of textual criticism, accept it on the basis of its scientific merit, not because they agree with their theology. So it is wrong to draw any theological connections between such scholars and Westcott and Hort--there is none. Many outstanding conservative pastors and scholars prefer the Westcott-Hort method of textual criticism but do not accept their doctrinal views. No New Age connections can be attributed to them."