Paul/Saul? He wrote most of the books in the New Testament. But he never knew Jesus and only talked to God that one time while on his way home (if I remember correctly) from collecting taxes. So how can you trust him? What makes him trustworthy in your opinion?Answer Question
Answer by ballewal at 12:56 PM on Oct. 29, 2010
Answer by kansasmom1978 at 12:57 PM on Oct. 29, 2010
Answer by isabellalecour at 1:01 PM on Oct. 29, 2010
Answer by KelleyP77 at 1:03 PM on Oct. 29, 2010
Answer by 2tinyhineys at 1:45 PM on Oct. 29, 2010
Because all the MEN who attended the Council of Nicaea voted and decided the Epistles of Paul were "inspired" by their god.
Answer by MamaK88 at 2:04 PM on Oct. 29, 2010
Answer by flatlanderjenn at 2:17 PM on Oct. 29, 2010
MamaK88, did you not read the Wikipedia link you provided? Under, "The Biblical Canon," it states, "A number of erroneous views have been stated regarding the council's role in establishing the Biblical Canon. In fact, there is no record of any discussion of the Biblical Canon at the council at all. The development of the Biblical Canon took centuries, and was nearly complete (with exceptions known as the Antilegomena) by the time the Muratorian fragment was written, perhaps as early as 150 years before the council. Later in 331 Constantine commissioned fifty Bibles for the Church of Constantinople. Little else is known, though it has been speculated that this may have provided motivation for canon lists."
Answer by flatlanderjenn at 2:21 PM on Oct. 29, 2010
Answer by okmanders at 2:30 PM on Oct. 29, 2010