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Four Gospels

'Just Stories?' #26

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The Chester Beatty Library in Dublin is named after an American mining engineer and collector, Alfred Chester Beatty. One manuscript in his collection, called P45, contains the four Gospels and the book of Acts, and dates to around 250 AD.

The Gospels are the foundation documents of Christianity. They record the life and death of Jesus, and Jesus’s teachings. P45 is important because it shows us which documents the early church trusted. The Gospels that are in our Bible today (and no others) were universally recognised. As early as the late second century, the church leader Irenaeus said that there are just four Gospels.

With James Greig, Zenas Heritage Tours.

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