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Unveiling the Heartfelt Origins: When Was the New Testament Written?

Let's dive into the epic world of the New Testament, a stellar part of the Bible that holds immense significance for orthodox Christians. Its origin and authorship are like hidden treasures, captivating us with their historical and religious significance. Imagine 27 books, each one a unique treasure of ancient history, written by various authors in the beautiful language of Greek. Although the exact timeline of the various pieces remains a mystery, brilliant scholars have proposed different dates for the creation of this extraordinary collection of writings.

When Was The New Testament Written
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