90-100 2,3 John written, by "elder", disciple of John (son of Zebedee)?, "catholic" epistle
90-100 Gospel according to John written, by John (son of Zebedee) and others, only eyewitness to Jesus?, disciple Jesus loved?, Gnostic?
363 Council of Laodicea names 26 NT books (excludes Revelations)
REVELATION WRITTEN BETWEEN 81-96 AD
1- 81-96 Revelations written, by John (son of Zebedee
2- 90-100 2,3 John written, by "elder", disciple of John (son of Zebedee)?, "
3- 90-100 Gospel according to John written, by John (son of Zebedee
Here we learn Revelation is not the last book written.
HERE WE SEE AFTER THE COUNCIL OF NICENE 325 AD
It seem the canonized scriptures continued to be debated with each new Council/goverment
363 Council of Laodicea names 26 NT books ..(excludes Revelations)
350-400 Period of time between the 1st Christian Bible and the 1st Western Christian Bible, during which the BOOKS CONTAINED in Bibles VARIED
HERE WE ARE IN 400 AD
400-484 Era between 1st Western Christian Bible and the Great Schism - Christian doctrine is formed, Roman empire ends
400? Vulgate Bible, by Jerome?, (340?-420) ORIGINALS LOST, Vulgate Latin text becomes standard Western Christian Bible
382-384 Pope Damasus I has Jerome REVISE AND UNIFY Latin Bibles
384 Jerome presents Pope Damasus I with new Latin Gospels, originals lost
400? Jerome cites "expanded" ending in Mark after Mark 16,14
As one read this Chronology one becomes aware and appreciated the Rocky Road the manuscripts and Bible traveled with Originals being lost and only have copies of copies that have been revised and unify. The Western version varied from the 1st Christian version of the Bible.
I love history and getting piece to the puzzle!
Oh what a blessing it is for all what has been able to preserved of the Word of the Lord!
Thanks for the ping to the additional entries!