Edward F. Hills explained how conservative scholars are interested in the " naturalistic method instead of the " consistently Christian " method. He wrote: " Sad to say, modern Bible-believing scholars have taken very little interests in the concept of consistently Christian New Testament textual criticism. ...most of them have been quite content to follow in this area the naturalistic methods of Tischendorf, Tregelles, and Westcott and Hort. ...so the principles and procedures of naturalistic New Testament textual criticism have spread into every department of Christian thought and produced a spiritual famine. " I never forget what happened to some Baptist colleges/seminaries. Tenn. Temple University, for example, was TR college/seminariy a long years ago, but today TTU is W/H college/seminary. Some Baptist Colleges/Seminaries changed their position upon which Bible versions to use in classes. Was Edward F. Hills absolutely right?