In our last episode in this series, we considered the canon of the Old Testament, how it was formed and why Protestants reject the books of the Apocrypha. In this episode, we consider questions such as:
Why did Christians add the books of the New Testament to the collection of Old Testament Scriptures?
Was this the product of later development?
How did the Church recognize what books were Scripture and what books weren’t?
Is the Bible missing any books today? What if we found a lost letter of Paul today – would we add it to the Bible?
And what about Roman Catholic Tradition?
You can read the articles here:
Why were the New Testament Books added to the Bible? | (Part 4)
How do we Recognize the Books that are Scripture? | (Part 5)
Is the Bible missing any books today? | (Part 6)
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