Secrets remain hidden in plain sight within the Biblical texts. How the New Testament came together is one such mystery. In the name of “scholarship”, the formation of the New Testament scriptures is conjectured to have originated by councils of professing Christians in the 4th century. Yet, the truth has been covered up by false assumptions. By giving attention directly to the scriptures, the New Testament itself will refute the myths that its formation originated by councils of an orthodox catholic hierarchy in the 4th century, rather the collection of the New Testament originated under the guidance of
Jesus’ Apostles and prophets in the 1st century.
The Apostles oversaw the collection of the New Testament scriptures. Distributing doctrinal letters between Christians was an early practice (Acts 15:22-25, 30). Paul’s missionary journeys covered large areas across the known world, so that the spreading of these writings covered a vast area. The message of Jesus had been spread throughout the world in the 1st century even before the epistle was written to the Colossians in 61-63 AD (Col. 1:5-6, 23) and before the letter to the Romans in 57-58 AD (Rom. 1:8, 10:18-20, 16:25-26). All of those addressed by Paul’s epistles show that his letters were sent to numerous places throughout the nations.
Paul did not intend for his writings to only be to those explicitly addressed. According to the Apostle Peter, all of Paul’s letters were written to Continue reading