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Luke, Mark, and Hebrews author were not apostles. March 20, at 8: In the article When were the gospels written and by whom? Basically, the book of Acts was written by Luke. But Luke fails to mention the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A.
Since Acts is a historical document dealing with the church, we would naturally expect such important events to be recorded if Acts was written after the fact. Also, Jesus prophesied the destruction of the temple in the gospels: The gospel of John is supposed to have been written by John the apostle.
This fragment was found in Egypt and a considerable amount of time is needed for the circulation of the gospel before it reached Egypt. Of important note is the lack of mention of the destruction of the Jewish temple in 70 A.
He was not focusing on historical events. This makes perfect sense since he already knew of the previously written gospels. The book of Acts speaks of his conversion in Acts 9. Since Acts was written before 70 A. Furthermore, in 1 Cor. Notice that he says he received this information.
From whom did he receive it? Most probably the apostles since he had a lot of interaction with them.
This means that Paul received the gospel account from the eyewitnesses. They were, of course contemporaries; they all died before the turn of the century. Therefore, their writings were completed within the lifetime of the apostles of Jesus.
Hebrews It is not known for sure who wrote the book of Hebrews. Authorship has been proposed for Paul, Barnabas Acts 4: The only geographical area mentioned is Italy Heb.The conditional preservation of the saints, or commonly conditional security, is the Arminian belief that believers are kept safe by God in their saving relationship with Him upon the condition of a persevering faith in Christ.
Arminians find the Scriptures describing both the initial act of faith in Christ, "whereby the relationship is effected, and the persevering faith in Him whereby the.
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