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GOD: new evidence

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The Earliest Fragment

'Just Stories?' #28

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There are about five thousand fragments of New Testament manuscripts in the original Greek language. The earliest of these is the John Rylands fragment - officially called P52. This is kept in the John Rylands library of the University of Manchester, in England.

It is a fragment of John’s gospel, and dates to around 125-150 AD. Most scholars believe that John’s gospel was the last to be written, so there is a very short gap between when this gospel was written (probably in Ephesus), and when this copy was made.

With James Greig, Zenas Heritage Tours.

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