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The New Testament books describing the life of Jesus: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John

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how the Dead Sea Scrolls fit into all this.... But I'm wondering if there are any formal/standard ways of subdividing the New Testament in a similar way. Perhaps there are the Gospels (the 4 first … books). Does that count as a standard subset? Then what else for the remainder of the New Testament? Wikipedia divides it up like this: The Gospels Apostolic History Catholic Epistles Pauline …
asked Nov 14 by Lance Pollard