If there are no flaws in the bible, why do Matthew, Mark, Luke and John all differ on.
1. How many women visited Jesus tomb?2. Who were the messengers at the tomb?3. Where did Jesus appear to the 11?4. Who did Jesus first appear to?
The bible is what is called “Faction” A fictional story set in a factual time and place. Thus the time, place and real historical characters are all correct but the fictional characters and stories are not!Not one word of it is contemporary with the period and was not written until several hundred years after the period the story is set in!! How did the apostles write their books more than a hundred years after they would have been dead?
How do we know that the bible is true.
what if it was a made up story? Like how modern day authors are writing stories; mathew mark luke and john were just authors?im catholic. I start to think “How did God get here?” ok God-then jesus- then us. How did God get here? Where did he come from?i have soooooo many more questionsim 13 and…
The Roman Emperor Constantine produced the bible and he was a pagan not god!!! He also organized Christianity into the Holly Roman Catholic Church!! Not in Israel or any of the countries of supposed origin but entirely Italian!!Not one word of it is contemporary with the period and was not written until many years after the period the story is set in!! How did the apostles write their books long after they were dead?What a wonder full disinformation and deception campaign he waged against his Christian enemies – so good in fact that Christians are still following the deception to this day!!!
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How many of the Epistles did the New Testament include.
The New Testament contains 22 epistles – 13 epistles written by Paul, and 9 written by others. The New Testament also contains 4 Gospels and the Acts (of the Apostles).* Historical Books – Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts* Pauline Epistles – Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians, 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon* Non-Pauline Epistles – Hebrews, James, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, Jude, Revelation
How could the apostles of Jesus have written the Gospels if they were ignorant.
“Unlearned and ignorant men,” according to Acts 4:13 (King James Version)
They were “unlearned and ignorant” only in the eyes of their enemies. The account shows that they are called this by the Jewish religious leaders of the time, who had been through the prestigious theological/seminaries of their time: rabbinical schools.(There are various levels of Greek to be found in the Greek Scriptures. It’s funny that some of the highest quality of Greek is to be found in the books of James and Jude – Jesus brothers.)The Apostles most probably all knew how to read and write, and probably knew Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek. They were quite capable. Jesus’ three and a half year ministry was an intense training session for the disciples. Ignoring many of the worthless things taught in the rabbinical schools, Jesus’ instruction focused on the Scriptures, preaching and teaching techniques, and how to be a better person.Likewise, Jehovah’s Witnesses are dismissed as “unlearned and ignorant” by the scribes and Pharisees of today: the religious leaders of Christendom. There are many capable men and women to be found among Jehovah’s Witnesses. Just look at the high quality of the New World Translation. Also, the Watchtower and Awake is produced by a department that contains about 70 people. They produce high quality reading materials. Last I heard, not one of them has a degree in English.
How was the Bible found.
I heard that one of the apostles John ate it. Is it true? If not, how was it found?
The book today known as “The Holy Bible” was originally not a single book. It is a collection of about 24 books written between 13th century BCE to 5th century CE. The answer isn’t accurate because some aspects of the canonization of Bible are disputed. Moreover, different sects like protestants did not include all the texts that Catholics did or the Orthodox Christians did. That’s why there are so many versions. And there’s old testament and the new testament.So the correct question would be how or when was Bible canonized?A. Since there are different versions, so no straight answer. But the early versions of Bible on which the modern versions of Bible are based were compiled between 200BCE and 200CE.For those who answered ‘Dead Sea Scrolls’. That was a rediscovery of the original texts, mainly Hebrew Bible in the modern times (mid 20th century). That doesn’t mean we didn’t have Bible before that find. It is noteworthy that the finds did add some new psalms.
JW or any Christian: What Bible Version did the Apostles use & how do we know.
I was reading the book “Bearing thorough Witness…” [well, its been a while] and i cant find the reference to the bible Version the Apostles use.In summary: I know that they quoted the Septuagint, and they quoted something out of the OT. However in the OT the same passage is written…
The Septuagint version was widely used in early christian times, however Jesus read from scrolls, the new testament wasnt completed till 98 ce.This was when 1,2,3, John and the Gospel of John was written.The scrolls were kept in the temple, this is where you will find the original texts.The bible that has been translated that is the most accurate one today is the”New World Translation Of the Holy Scriptures”The reason for this , unlike other translations the NWT publishers have gone back to the oldest available copies of the original scrolls, spread throughout the world.While other translations go back to a previous translation.
When was the last book of the Bible “Revelations” written.
When was Revelations written? And does it belong to the original Books of the Bible, or was it written much later? How valid is the book?
The apostle John himself tells that at the time of seeing these visions he had been banished to the isle of Patmos “for speaking about God and bearing witness to Jesus”(Rev.1:9)John was banished toward the end of Emperor Domitian’s reign,which ended in 96CE,right after which John was released.So quite possibly it was in that very year that John had the visions he recorded.The Book of Revelation tells of Jehovah’s judgments upon the wicked,it commends God’s servants for their endurance,relates their coming off victorious and describes the eventual destruction of all the incorrigibly wicked and the final triumph of righteousness.In many respects Revelation happily compliments the Book of Genesis.Just as Genesis 1:1 speaks of the creation of the heavens and the earth,so Revelation 21:1 speaks of a new heaven and a new earth.As Genesis Chapter 3 reveals how sin and death entered into the world,Revelation makes known the end of these.And as Genesis mentions a tree of life and a river issuing forth from Eden,so Revelation speaks symbolically of trees of life and a river of water of life issuing forth from God’s throne.It is a valid and vital book contained within the Inspired Holy Writings.
How many think that the one who wrote Revelation was not John the Apostle, read on below, if interested..
The author of the book calls himself John (Rev 1:1, 4, 9; 22:8), who because of his Christian faith has been exiled to the rocky island of Patmos, a Roman penal colony. Although he never claims to be John the apostle, whose name is attached to the fourth gospel, he was so identified by several of the early church…
Isn’t it a bit academic to worry about it now? It was accepted from very early in the piece as from The apostle John, so how can we decide at this distance whether they were right or wrong?Secondly, does it really matter which of a hundred John’s may have written it, as long as the content is correct, and you at least seem to be accepting this fact!.Regardless of which John actually wrote it, it has stood the test of time and is still not only relevant, but correct where it can be tested. That is most important isn’t it?
How do people know that the book of St. John was written after the book of Revelation.
I’ve heard it said that the book of St. John was written after John wrote Revelation. I’m just wondering how people have come to that conclusion.
IN RevelationThe apostle John names himself as the writer of the book and designates the place of writing as the island of Patmos, where John was in exile at the time for being a preacher of God’s Word and a witness of Jesus Christ. (Re 1:1, 9) The time of writing was possibly about 96 C.E.Gospel of John;It is generally thought that John had been released from exile on the island of Patmos and was in or near Ephesus, about 100 km (60 mi) from Patmos, at the time he wrote his Gospel, about 98 C.E. Roman Emperor Nerva (96-98 C.E.) recalled many who had been exiled at the close of the reign of his predecessor Domitian. John may have been among these. In the Revelation that John received on Patmos, Ephesus was one of the congregations to which he was commanded to [email protected] need to check your reference. There is no Book of Benjamin and we most certainly do not believe there is.
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