What is striking about the New Testament is the number of books that are written or co-authored by Paul and the distinct difference in tone with that of the Old Testament. The dating of various New Testament books is uncertain, although most are thought to have been produced in the first century AD. The ‘climate’ of the New Testament, of course, is that of the land of Israel under Roman rule.
- Autographs of the New Testament Writers (none extant)
- Papyrus Fragments of the Greek New Testament
- Greek Copies or Manuscripts of the New Testament Text
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Providential Preservation of the Text of the New Testament – Hark Ministries
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Papyrus 46 – II Corinthians 11.33-12.9 [Wikimedia Commons]