In the early days of the Organized Church Men were Inspired to collect the Letters and other Communications (Epistles etc.,) from the Living Leaders of the Churches in Asia to bound together the Book we have Today known as the New Testament of JESUS CHRIST.
The Men were referred to as the “Church Fathers”. They were the first Priests, Officers, Ministers and Bishops of the Early or Primitive Church. The Titles such as “Cardinals” and “Pope” were created at a later time. These and other related Topics will be discussed in “the Spiritual Church Blog” – the >> Temple of Prayers. << It will cover the Developmental Stages of the Church’s History from its Inception to the Current Time (at this writing).
This Blog will discuss the Canon of the New Testament, the Creed of the Apostles and how they were developed.
The Church organized Councils to decide which Books, Epistles, Letters, etc., would be bound together and known as the “New Testament” – and together with the Old Testament, it was consolidated as The Holy Bible. The Old Testament, the New Testament and other Books of the Bible will be found in other Blogs. Additional information about the entire Bible and its History, Components and Facets will be discussed in their own Applicable Blog such as:
- >> The History of the Bible << (Articles about Bible Development, Characters, Topics and Events of the Bible.)
- >> The Bible History << (Articles about People who dedicated their Lives & the Martyrs who died to bring the Bible to the Common Man)
- >> The Old Testament << (The Books of the Law, the Prophets, the Psalms etc.,)
- >> The New Testament << (The Gospel of the Kingdom of GOD/Heaven and Testimonies of the Disciples and Apostles about JESUS CHRIST)
- >> The Apocryphal Books of the Bible << (These are Books that were in Existence but were not included in the Collective 66 Books of the Old or New Testament known as the Holy Bible. Selected Books were categorized as for “Church Worship” used and read in Church and the Apocryphal Books were for Personal Worship).
- >> The Book of John & Study Guides <<
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