Some folks have the idea that the authors of the New Testament did not know that they were writing Scripture.
According to this view, they just thought they were writing Christian literature, and the Church gradually—even a century or more later—recognized that it was Scripture.
Some time ago, I wrote about this issue, and I argued that the authors of several books in the New Testament clearly knew that they were writing Scripture, right from the get-go.
These books were Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, and Revelation.
That’s everything in the New Testament except the letters.
So what about them?
The Case Against
If any authors of the New Testament weren’t aware or weren’t clear...READ MORE