Who canonized the New Testament?

Answer Marcion of Sinope (110 to 160 Christian Era) was the first to pressure the early Christian community to consider making an approved canon of the books of the New Testament considered authoritative.... Read More »

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When was the Bible first divided between the Old Testament& the New Testament?

The New Testament and the Old Testament are separate books of the Bible and have always been divided. The Old Testament was concluded in approximately 400 B.C. The New Testament began in about 60 A... Read More »

When was the Bible split into the Old Testament& the New Testament?

The Old Testament and New Testament of the Christian Bible have always been separate. There was no point where they split. The Old Testament is largely Jewish scripture. The New Testament includes ... Read More »

Is"Samuel"in the Old Testament or the New Testament?

There are two books of Samuel, and they are both in the Old Testament (also called the Hebrew Bible). I Samuel and II Samuel are the third and fourth books in the section of the Old Testament calle... Read More »

What is the difference between the Old Testament& the New Testament?

The Bible is divided into two parts, the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament tells the story of God's people before Jesus was born while the New Testament tells the story of God'... Read More »