Bombshell! God never said that the 27 books of the New Testament are his Holy Word

Almost all Christian doctrines are based on the New Testament of the Bible.  But, how do Christians know that these 27 books are the inerrant, inspired words of God, as Christians tell us?

Answer:  A bunch of fallible, scientifically illiterate Churchmen in the second, third, and fourth centuries said so!  That’s it!

When and where did God say that a bunch of old Churchmen have the authority to determine what is and what is not his Word?  When and where did God say that Saul/Paul of Tarsus was speaking on his behalf?  Or the writers of the Gospels?  Or James?  Or Peter?  Or any other writer of the New Testament?  Even if the apostles themselves had voted unanimously for the 27 books of the current New Testament to be designated as the “Word of God”, that still would not prove that God had authorized them to do so.  We have no evidence that the Eleven achieved a state of perfection and omniscience on Pentecost.  They, like every other human being, were fallible.  So where is the evidence that God left a list of what should and what should not be considered his Word in a new testament?

Answer:  No where!

We have no evidence from the Bible or anywhere else that God gave Christians a list of what is and what is not his Word!  Christians have created an “inerrant, inspired, you-are-damned-to-Hell-if-you-don’t-believe-it” Holy Book based solely on the opinions of men living almost 2,000 years ago.

Bombshell:  Christians have zero evidence that proves the New Testament of the Bible to be the Word of God; the inerrant message of the Creator of the Universe to mankind.  Zero!

For more discussion on this topic, read here:  Debunking Christians

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