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How many gospels are in a protestant Bible

por Sally Mario (2019-07-25)

Gospel by Matthews, Gospel by Mark, Gospel by Luke and the Gospel by John.

What gospels of the bible are not recognize by the protestant?
There are only four canonical (means standard, or officially recognized as a rule of faith) gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John and these 4 appear in both Roman Catholic and Protestant Bibles. There are several non-canonical Gospels, such as the Gospel of Thomas, that have attracted attention lately for a variety of reasons, but these gospels have never been officially recognized or included in the Bible of either Roman Catholic or Protestant church.

How many books are Gospels in the Bible?
there are four gospels in the bible

How many book's in the Bible?
There are 66 books in the bible. The Protestant bible.

How many Gospels were written?
Hundreds of gospels were written, but only 4 (Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, & John) were chosen to be in the Bible.

How many Gospels in the Catholic religion are there?
There are 4 Gospels in the Catholic Bible: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

What are some things a new convert to Christianity Protestant should learn or read besides the bible or what books in the Bible first?
Any book of the Bible is wonderful ! A good start could be Psalms, Proverbs, and the Gospels (Matthew, Mark , Luke and John).

How many good news are in the Bible?
If you are talking about gospels in the Bible, there are a total of 4 gospels. These are the first 4 books of the new testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John

How many books are in each testament in the Protestant Bible?
The Protestant Bible consists of 39 books in the Old Testament and 27 books in the New.

How many gospels is Mary magdalene mention?
She is mentioned in all four New Testament gospels and also in some other gospels that weren't included in the bible.

In The Bible what are the Gospels about?
The four gospels in the bible are all about Jesus' teachings and life.

How many Bible Gospels were written?
Quite a few gospels are known to have been written, most of them attributed to various of the apostles although biblical scholars say that none of the apostles really wrote any of the gospels. Only four gospels were selected for inclusion in the Bible - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

What version of the Bible is used in protestant churches?
There are many Protestant translations, but the most common are the NIV and the KJV.

Is Jonah in the Protestant Bible?
Yes, Jonah is in the Protestant Bible.

What are accounts of Jesus's life called?
The accounts Of Our Lord Jesus in the Bible are the Gospels. The Bible have 4 Gospels.

Is the King James Bible Protestant or Catholic?
The KJV is a Protestant Bible.

How many psalms are in the Catholic Bible?
150 same as protestant.

How many canons of the bible are there?
Catholic Greek Orthodox Protestant

What are some things a new convert or new Christian to Christianity Protestant should learn If you answer the bible what books should be read first And Tobi also what other things besides the bible?
The 4 Gospels are the most important. Other books Please refer to Link.

How many Gospels are in the Bible and what are they?
Traditionally, there are four - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Many 'organizers' of the Bible include the Book of Acts in the 'Gospel section.'

How many sacred books does Protestant Christianity recognize?
There are 66 books in the standard protestant bible. Some books are divided differently from the Roman canon of scriptures, and some books are included in the Roman canon that do not appear in the protestant bible.

Who recorded the gospels in the Bible?
The four gospels in the bible, that is Mattthew ,Mark, Luke and John. Were return by these four people.

What are the differences between a Jerusalem Edition Bible and a Protestant Bible?
The typical Protestant Bible excludes the Apocrypha.

How many Gospels are in the Bible?
There are four Gospels in the Bible. The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. This is in terms of the written scriptures. In terms of the teaching of the New Testament, there is only one Gospel message of good news of salvation through Jesus Christ. There are at least 17 known gospels, of which four are in the New Testament - those now called the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

How many books are in the Gospels?
There are four books in the Gospels. They are titled Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. The titles in some translations of the Bible start with "The Gospel According to ..."

What texts are found in the Protestant Bible that are not found in the Hebrew Bible?
The Protestant Old Testament is similar to the Hebrew Bible. The Protestant Bible also contains the New Testament, however. This includes the four gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John); the Acts of the Apostles; Paul's letters (one to the Romans, two to the Corinthians, one each to the Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians and Colossians, two to the Thessalonians, two to Timothy, one to Titus, one to Philemon); the letter to the Hebrews (which has often been...

Ano ang pinagkaiba ng protestant bible at catholic bible?
They differ in the number of books. Catholic has more number of books than Protestant. Protestant Bible only has 7 books while Catholic has 39. A catholic bible has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur while a Protestant bible does not.

Is the aporcrypha the protestant Bible?
No - the Apocryphal books are non-canonical, that is, they are not part of the Protestant Bible.

How many books are in the modern Bible?
The Protestant has 66 books while the Catholic has 73. The Hebrew Bible has 39.

Why are the gospels the most important part of the bible for christians?
The Gospels are the books written by the people who knew Jesus, the most impotant man in the Bible. So if there were no gospels, then Christians would be Jews.

What is the name of the Protestant Bible?
The Protestant Bible has no specific name associated with it, other than "the Bible" or "the Holy Bible." The distinction is usually in the content; the Protestant Bible omits the Apocrypha and the Deuterocanonical books usually included in Roman Catholic texts. Both Catholic and Protestant Bibles come in a wide variety of translations.

Why don't Catholics use the King James Bible?
The Protestant Bible is missing a number of books that are included in the Catholic Bible. Also, there are a number of passages in the Protestant Bible that have been altered a bit to agree with Protestant theology.

Where can you find the Gospels in the Bible?
The gospels are the first four books of the New Testament.

What r the 4 gospels?
The gospels in the bible are Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

What are the books in old and New Testament of the protestant bible?
There are 27 books in the new testament. starting with the four gospels of Matthew, Mark. Luke J,ohn, Acts and followed by the books written by Paul and Peter and James.

How many books are in the Holy Bible?
There are 66 books in the bible. 39 in the Old Testament and 27 in the New Testament. 66 for the Protestant Bible. 73 for the Catholic Bible.

Which of the gospels in the Catholic Bible is the shortest?
Mark is the shortest Gospel. The Gospels are the same in the Catholic bible, some of the OT books are different, however.

What has the author Melancthon W Jacobus written?
Melancthon W. Jacobus has written: 'Notes, critical and explanatory, on the book of Exodus' -- subject(s): Commentaries, Bible 'Notes on the Gospels' -- subject(s): Commentaries, Bible 'Popery against common school education' -- subject(s): Controversial literature, Public schools, Catholic Church 'Notes on the gospels, critical and explanatory' -- subject(s): Criticism, interpretation, Bible 'The higher education' -- subject(s): Education, Princeton University, Princeton University. Literary Societies 'Notes on the gospels, critical and explanatory' -- subject(s): Criticism, interpretation, Commentaries...

Which books were ommited from The Bible?
The Gospel of Thomas and many other gospels were ommited from the Bible. Also, the Book of Tobit, the Book of Judith, the Book of Esdras I and II, and many more.

How would you explain the relationship among the Gospels to someone who was not familiar with the Bible?
Read the Gospels to them.

What are the 4 Gospels of God?
The four gospels of the Bible are Mathew, Mark, Luke, and John.

How many books in the Bible quote Jesus?
I believe it's 6: the 4 gospels, Acts, and Revelation.

Why is tobit only in the catholic bible?
The Catholic Douay version of the Bible contains many Books that were removed by Martin Luther leading to what became the Protestant Bible(s). of which there are now many versions.

Where is the Bible placed in a Church?
In many protestant churches people are encouraged to bring their own bible and to read them often, but many of these churches has an open bible placed on a table in front of the pulpit. There it remains.

What storys are the in the holy Bible?
There are MANY, MANY, MANY stories in the Bible; the Bible itself is the story of mankind! In fact, just of Jesus alone, on of the Gospels had commented that if ALL the miracles that Jesus had done were recorded, the books would fill the entire world!

How many books are in the Methodist Bible?
Methodists use the standard 'Protestant' Bible - King James Version, etc - which has 66 books within.

What is the Amish Bible?
It is a protestant bible written in German.

Is there more than one version of the Bible used by Christians?
The Roman Catholic bible has 2 more books in it than the Protestant version. Even so, the early Roman Catholic church rejected some 50 gospels because they did not agree with their vision of how Christianity and the life of Jesus the Christ should be portrayed.

How many times is mustard seed mentioned in the Bible?
Five times in the King James version, all in the Gospels.

What are facts about the disciples?
There are so many, and you may read about them in the four gospels in the Bible. Their names are listed in Matthew 10.2

How many Gospels are in the Bible and what is each one called?
Answer There are four gospels in the Bible. They were originally anonymous, but are now called after the evangelists who the late second-century Church Fathers thought were the most likely authors: The Gospel of Matthew The Gospel of Mark The Gospel of Luke The Gospel of John

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