Orthodoxy, The Bible

The Surprising Language Behind the New Testament

The New Testament in Greek was written by different authors over 150 years because it was the language of the educated. Alexander the Great through his conquests made it the dominant language in the Mediterranean. Additionally, many early Christians were from Greece and Rome, two of the most influential centres of culture and learning at that time.

In What language is the New Testament written
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