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Who Chose the Books of the New Testament?:

Charles Hill

Lexham Press

You can trust your Bible.

Was the Bible born of a giant conspiracy? Many believe that the Bible was created as an instrument of domination by the Roman emperor Constantine and corrupt bishops seduced by political power. These men were not preserving orthodox Christianity. They were simply the winners—and thus the writers—of history. Is this Christianity’s dirty secret?

In Who Chose the Books of the New Testament?, Charles E. Hill examines the ancient evidence behind the formation of the New Testament. Hill retraces the origins of the canon and why certain books were privileged and others neglected. He concludes that the New Testament was inherited, not chosen. The early church preserved and proclaimed what they received. Learn how you got your Bible.

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Charles Hill

Dr. Charles E. Hill is Professor Emeritus of New Testament and Early Christianity at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, FL.

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