As millions celebrate the death and resurrection of Christ this weekend, a millenniums-old document proves the truth of the New Testament. “What is noteworthy for our purposes here is that the Muratorian fragment affirms 22 of the 27 books of the New Testament. These include the four Gospels, Acts, all 13 epistles of Paul, Jude, 1 John, 2 John (and possibly 3rd John), and Revelation. This means that at a remarkably early point (end of the second century), the central core of the New Testament canon was already established and in place,” writes New Testament expert Michael J. Kruger.

According to Bible Researcher, the manuscript in which it appears was copied during the seventh century, the list itself is dated to about 170 because its author refers to the episcopate of Pius I of Rome (died 157) as recent. He mentions only two epistles of John, without describing them. Other historical evidence proves the reality of the Gospels, especially, as well. READ MORE