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- Reading Books and Listening to Talks is Not Enough
- Not All Apologetics Methods Are Created Equally
- A Degree is More Than a Piece of Paper
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The entirety of the New Testament from Matthew to Revelation was seen to be authoritative in the early church.
Which of the following did NOT (to our knowledge) make use of the New Testament either by quotation, implication, or allusion
Acts appeared in which fragment:
Revelation was NOT cited by Justin Martyr.
Athanasius (296-373 AD) regarded all 27 books of the New Testament to be authoritative and canonical.
The Antilegomena refers to those collection of books that are questioned by some.
The pseudepigrapha refers to the collection of books that are accepted by all.
All of the books in the New Testament were part of the Homologoumena except Hebrews, James, 2 Peter, 2 & 3 John, Jude, and Revelation.
In order to be part of the canon, a New Testament book had to be written by someone who knew an apostle, was closely associated with an apostle, made reference to Jesus in some way, or quoted other New Testament books.
None of the Apocryphal works enjoyed any more than temporary or local recognition by the early church.