Who chose the Gospels, and when?
People sometimes claim that the Gospels in the Bible were chosen by the Roman emperor Constantine in the fourth century. But Professor Charles Hill (Reformed Theological Seminary) points out that church leaders in widely separated places were quoting from the four Gospels in the Bible – and only these four – by the end of the first century. The church accepted these Gospels because they were earlier than any others, and gave a more authentic testimony about the historical Jesus. Tenth video in the 'Conspiracies and Secret Gospels' series.
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