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The Life and Times: A Perspective about the Writings in the New Testament
Religion and Theology
Pages 3 (753 words)
Reading the New Testament would ascertain numerous things about the ways of life, cultural background and traditions of people during the time of Jesus Christ. As we all know, the New Testament begins with the four synoptic gospels; Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.It is already taught in Religion classes that the synoptic gospels were not written in the order that they appeared.
Often, these four books are referred to as the substantial biographical sources of Jesus Christ's life and teachings. The New Testament Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John gave brief documents written in colloquial Greek late in the generation of those who knew Jesus first- or secondhand. By the end of the 2nd century, these four had become the basic canonical texts of the mainline Christianity of Rome and the Middle East (Price, 1999).
In our present time, people have been carefully scrutinizing the Bible, particularly the New Testament for its veracity and historical value. All sorts of interpretations have been exchanged and published. Although, there was an initial hope that the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1947 would throw light on the roots of Christianity and the real accounts of Jesus Christ's teachings. There was speculation that perhaps John the Baptist and even Jesus himself were members of the sect or closely related to it (Price, 1999). ...
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