As many probably already know, a third debate between Dr. Bart Ehrman and Dr. Daniel Wallace concerning the text of the New Testament took place on February 1, 2012. Two excellent summations of the debate have been posted (one by Dr. Wallace himself), and both include some pretty high-level dialogue (for the internet) in the respective comboxes.
Link to Dr. Wallace's summation (with 82 comments)
Link to Dr. Köstenberger's summation (with 37 comments)
Now, I would like to 'spice-up' the debate a bit, by introducing a third perspective on this issue (the first being the conservative minority text presupposition [i.e. Wallace's]; the second being the agnostic/atheist presupposition [i.e Ehrman's]): the conservative, majority text presupposition.
Back in 2009, Kent Brandenburg delved into the epistemology of textual criticism in the following posts:
And a bit earlier, Kent provided reflections on the related debate between Dr. Ehrman and James White:
First Impressions of the Ehrman-White Debate
A lot to take in and reflect upon...
Grace and peace,