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Why 27? #2020

Why One of the greatest influences that forced the early church to identify the books of the New Testament canon was the spread of deviant cults in the first two centuries after the death and resurrection

  • Title: Why 27?
  • Author: Brian H. Edwards
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Softcover
  • Why 27? By Brian H. Edwards, One of the greatest influences that forced the early church to identify the books of the New Testament canon was the spread of deviant cults in the first two centuries after the death and resurrection of Christ The literature of these cults, often than not claiming to be authentic sayings from the apostles, compelled the church leaders to establish the parameters forOne of the greatest influences that forced the early church to identify the books of the New Testament canon was the spread of deviant cults in the first two centuries after the death and resurrection of Christ The literature of these cults, often than not claiming to be authentic sayings from the apostles, compelled the church leaders to establish the parameters for what properly belonged to the body of accepted literature the New Testament canon In recent days the composition of the New Testament has again been questioned From the false accusations found in The Da Vinci Code book and film and the widely reported Gospel according to Judas, it is clear there is a need for believers to know why there are only 27 books in the New Testament.

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    1. I read this book because having lent a book on the New Testament s formation and ideas in the Classical Era not a religious text, but an academic introduction Halvor MoxnesA Short History of the New Testament to one of my brightest students he responded by lending me this evangelical tract and it seemed rude not to give it a fair whirl.I don t have a dog in the fight of how the Canon was formed as regardless of who wrote which books they remain strictly human writings, but I am aware that there [...]

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