Category Archives: Canon of Scripture

About the Canon of Scripture and church history

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
Canon Revisited, by Michael J. Kruger Michael J. Kruger has some excellent books and a very informative web-site on the issues on the New Testament canon. I recommend his book, Canon Revisited for people wanting…

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Dr. James White on the historical process of the canon of the New Testament

http://www.aomin.org/aoblog/1989/10/01/the-early-canon-process-of-the-new-testament    

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A Muslim’s question about the Canon of Scripture

Ijaz Ahmad’s “10 Questions Christians don’t like to answer” By the way, I love to answer these kinds of questions by Muslims, and have answered many questions by Muslims put to me personally since 1983, when I first started reaching … Continue reading

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Michael Kruger and Andreas Kostenberger on Walter Bauer and his “lost Christianities” thesis

 Walter Bauer, The Heresy of Orthodoxy  –  The NT books and early Christian diversity. How and When was the New Testament Canon put together.   When was Earliest complete list of New Testament Books.   

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Intro lecture to the Canon, by Dr. Michael Kruger, Phd.

The Intro lecture that Dr. Michael Kruger gave to “The Canon”, is very helpful and a great start to a course that has been really needed for all Christians. An interesting background to this is that Michael Kruger was a … Continue reading

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Martin Hengel and R. T. France on the Gospel titles, κατα Μαθθαιον, κατα Μαρκον, κατα Λυκαν, κατα Ιωαννην

Ibn Issam wrote: Sorry but Jesus did not “predict His own arrest, trials, crucifixion, death and resurrection several times.” The Gospels were written by unknown pseudepigraphal authors who were writing about the events after the fact. I understand that argument, … Continue reading

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The New Testament claims to be revelation from God

Paul Williams, a convert to Islam, who claims to be a former Christian, which means he is an apostate (see Hebrews 3:12) wrote this: The evidence is simple: the New Testament does not claim to be Revelation from God. The … Continue reading

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