The hypothesis that at one time there was a collection of Jesus' sayings and teachings created as a separate document.
Biblical chapters Matthew, Mark, and Luke are called this because they follow a similar outline and their content is related.
These are Greek documents written in all capital letters, the most important of which are the Codex Sinaiticus.
This is the proliferation of gospels, epistles, and apocalypses in the first few centuries after Jesus lived on earth.
Written by the noted ancient historian Josephus, this covers the history of the Jews from the time of creation up through the author's lifetime.
This lengthy section within Josephus' history deals with the life of Jesus and corroborates his life, death, and resurrection.
This nonbiblical manuscript is part of the collection known as the Dead Sea Scrolls.
This section contains 255 words
(approx. 1 page at 300 words per page)