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Jesus, the Apostles, the First-Century Church and the Canon – CHS 037

Jesus, the Apostles, the First-Century Church and the Canon

In this episode, we answer a listener’s question who asks: Could one establish the canon by solely examining the testimonies of Jesus, the Apostles and the first-century Church?

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Anonymity in Ancient Christian Texts – CHS 032

Anonymity in Ancient Christian Texts

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Why were some early Christian documents written anonymously?

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The Unique Character of the Muratorian Canon – CHS 031

The Unique Character of the Muratorian Canon

What makes the Muratorian Canon (ca. 150-200) so different from other lists of New Testament books created in the early church?

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Patristic Reception – How the New Testament Was Formed – pt. 7 – chs 00012

How did the early church decide which books of the New Testament it was going to use? In this episode, we will discuss another criterion used by early Christian leaders in determining

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Orthodoxy – How the New Testament Was Formed pt 6 – CHS 0011

How did the early church decide which books of the New Testament it was going to use? In this episode, we will discuss another criterion used by early Christian leaders in determining

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Antiquity – The Criteria for Canonicity – NT Canon Series pt 3 – CHS 0008

How did the early church decide which books of the New Testament it was going to use? In this episode, we will discuss another criterion used by early Christian leaders in determining

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