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SBL format. Revelation is about "the last things" and the second coming of Jesus, so it makes sense that it comes at the end. Revelation and the Gospels function as bookends for the New Testament. Everything else comes between: Acts, 13 letters attributed to Paul, and eight attributed to other early Christian figures. A chronological New Testament sequences the documents very differently. Its order is based on contemporary mainstream biblical scholarship.

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Though there is uncertainty about dating some of the documents, there is a scholarly consensus about the basic framework. It begins with seven letters attributed to Paul, all from the 50s. The first Gospel is Mark not Matthew , written around Revelation is not last, but almost in the middle, written in the 90s. Twelve documents follow Revelation, with II Peter the last, written as late as near the middle of the second century. A chronological New Testament is not only about sequence, but also about chronological context -- the context-in-time, the historical context in which each document was written.

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Words have their meaning within their temporal contexts, in the New Testament and the Bible as a whole. The key word is "inerrant.

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Biblical inerrancy is an innovation of the last few centuries, becoming widespread in American Protestantism beginning only a hundred years ago. It is affirmed mostly in "independent" Protestant churches, those not part of "mainline" Protestant denominations.

Catholics have never proclaimed the inerrancy or infallibility of the Bible, even as many have not been taught much about the Bible. Biblical inerrancy is almost always combined with the literal and absolute interpretation of the Bible. If it says something happened, it happened. If the Bible says something is wrong, it is wrong. For Christians who see the Bible this way, whatever Paul wrote to his communities in the first century is absolutely true for all time. Multiply them together to get 27,the number of books in the New Testament. Bernie Schaeffler sent in the following, "My mother taught me to remember the minor prophets by saying hojoamobjominahazehazema.

Van Duyne sent in the following: My daughter , age 9 at the time, taught me to remember some of the Old Testament by saying a cute sentence Send any comments or questions to: David Pleacher.