Last of all came John's." (Origen cited in Eusebius, H. & 30) confirm the above traditions as does Jerome (4th century, Catalog. Sometime after this, the prophesied Tribulation will begin (Matthew 24.21, 29).Noting Israel’s central role in this event, Jeremiah called the Tribulation the “time of Jacob’s trouble” (Jeremiah 30.7).The opinions and hypotheses of scholars vary widely regarding when the New Testament was written or first recorded. God and Jesus Christ specially selected several faithful, mature men to compose the most critical book man needed, and to make it available to all people, through the power of his spirit.Some view it as a collection of fables and myths verbally passed on by storytellers for generations before being recorded. Amazing as it sounds, the entire New Testament was written down through the efforts of only EIGHT men! Three were eyewitnesses of his life and ministry (Matthew, Peter and John).Mankind As the Genesis reveals, God initially communicated with and revealed Himself to the entire human race.
The last two were Mark (who penned his Gospel under Peter’s supervision), and Luke (who authored his Gospel and the book of Acts under the Apostle Paul's supervision). was the last living apostle, was uniquely qualified to canonize the Scriptures as he was of the Aaronic (Levitical priest) blood line. ** Acts 1 to 13 was written by Luke when Paul was in a Caesarea prison (58 - 60 A. Luke also penned Acts 13 to 28 when he traveled on Paul's journeys. Next came that of Mark, who followed Peter's instructions in writing it ... Next came that of Luke, who wrote for Gentile converts ... Most Christian ethicists agree that the sources for doing ethics include revelation (scripture) and tradition, as well as human reason and experience.Being shaped by Biblical revelation is the primary way that Christian ethics can be distinguished from alternative ethical perspectives, both religious and secular; thus one important question for a Christian ethicist is how morality (the practice) or ethics (ideas about the practice) depends on religion (convictions and commitments) or theology (critical discussion about those convictions and commitments). The time when this Gospel was written is said by some (Vid.