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A clip from our podcast episode on the criteria the early Church used to determine which books belonged to the New Testament. In this clip, we maintain that the criterion of patristic reception (i.e., reception of a book by early church leaders) was another important factor in determining a book’s acceptance into the canon of scripture.

In this clip we review the work of the famous early Church historian, Eusebius of Caesarea (ca. 260/265-ca. 339).

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