Accuracy of the New Testament


Theology Still Matters

When it comes to a discussion about sacred scripture the word “accuracy” will definitely come up.  Whether it is in regards to passages in the Old Testament or the New, but what is the basis for such questions?  Is it an honest attempt to discern the truth or is one’s mind already made up?  This is a question that I myself had before I became a Christian, and it is the same that some of my best friends have now.  How can an author or authors could possibly “quote” what Jesus, Peter, Stephen or any other person said when the author was not there and there does not appear to be any written documents that have the quotes?

This question is often asked because of the dates that the New Testament books were written in.  Jesus lived between 4 B.C. and 33 A.D. and the first accounts of his life…

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Published by Vincent S Artale Jr

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