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For over 500 years now Protestantism has developed an ever-changing traditional Christianity with a Bible made up of numbered sentences (verses) and books that are completely out of order when compared to the sequence in which they actually occurred. Thats why there exists today scores of denominations and countless other cults.They all claim to have started with the church Jesus founded. Yet, how can that be, since they are all so different?The date of that return, which began under Cyrus the Great, can be correlated to historical records outside the Bible that place his reign from approximately 559 to 530 B. The dedication of the new temple in Jerusalem, in 516 B.C., is corroborated by the records of Darius I, and a second return of exiles was allowed under Artaxerxes I, whom we know ruled Babylon from 465 to 424 B. All these things help us to closely place the writings of those particular books of the Old Testament.These are obviously vital questions for the people of God to determine.The word canon is used to describe those books recognized as inspired of God.It is necessary to look at the church in the New Testament, and the traditional church of today, so we can understand why they are not the same thing.
Another example: the book of Daniel uses a literary style and specific Persian and Greek words that place it around the time of Cyrus the Great (ca. C., when some claim Daniel was written, and it does not match that found in Daniel, which was written in the sixth century B. Other internal evidence might be the concerns the author is addressing. Reinventing Jesus: How Contemporary Skeptics Miss the Real Jesus and Mislead Popular Culture. Miracles: A Preliminary Study (Paperback Edition Published 2001 ed.). Question: "How do we know when the books of the Bible were written?" Answer: We have a few basic ways of knowing when the individual books of the Bible were written: a combination of internal and external evidence and, particularly in the Old Testament, traditional accounts.