No the councils of nicae were 100ad ish... they were making up shit left and right and calling it the Bible.
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I thought Koine Greek was mother tongue of Jesus and followers.
No. Already Jesus birth in Palestine. He spoken aramic language.
No it’s unknown who wrote the gospels. Their anon
I’ve been really bored lately. But it felt like L Ron Hubbard making up Scientology bullshit.
Like mad men style advertising at the Council of Nicae. Make up this now make up that. Steal from this old pagan religion...
Do you even know what the Council of Nicea was about?
Marketing Christianity to the masses.
No. It was convened primarily to address the heretical teachings of Arius, who denied the Divinity of Christ.
Internally just googled this. I assume you could've found it. And that was just the first Council.“ Its main accomplishments were settlement of the Christological issue of the divine nature of God the Son and his relationship to God the Father, the construction of the first part of the Nicene Creed, mandating uniform observance of the date of Easter, and promulgation of early canon law.”
"Its main accomplishments were settlement of the Christological issue of the divine nature of God the Son and his relationship to God the Father" is more or less what I said about Arius.What does it have to do with where the Bible came from?
The Bible was written to their specific ideas that they made up.
Did you even read what you just sent me?
Yeah... they decided jesuses divinity. Major plot point of the gospels.
They already believed in His Divinity. Arius was challenging it.And still, none of this answers my question. What does it have to with when, where, how, why, and by whom the Bible came to be?
The councils decided which gospels and stories would go into the Bible.
Yes, later in the 4th Century, but yes. What's the problem?
I think most Christians believe it was divinely written instead of being marketed for mass propaganda.
Well the Church does teach that God is in fact the principal author, but made use of human authors.
Where do they get that from? Not the Bible.
Who said it had to be?
Why does the church teach it then?
Because Christianity is a religion based on cooperation between God and man. Throughout the Bible, God utilizes humans to speak and prophesy on His behalf. So even if it's not explicitly stated, the conclusion is pretty reasonable.
Fair enough. But it’s actually not reasonable. God gives us no evidence to beeline. But that’s a different argument. Thanks!