There is no evidence of a decision drawing up a list of books

There is no evidence of a decision drawing up a list of books

(6) For example, in the Gospel of Matthew there are 160 implicit quotations and allusions; 60 in the Gospel of Mark; 192 in the Gospel of Luke; 137 in the Gospel of John; 140 in Acts; 72 in the Letter to the Romans, etc.

(7) There are 38 quotations in Matthew; 15 in Mark; 15 in Luke; 14 in John; 22 in Acts; 47 in Romans and so on.

(9) Subjects understood: Scripture (Rm 10:8; cf. ), the Lord (Ga 3:16; cf. Gn -15; Heb 8:8; cf. 8:8,9), Christ (Heb 10:5). Continue reading