You know, when Peter was about to take off his tabernacle, he never mentioned anything about someone to succeed him. He did say though that he endeavored that the believers might be able to have all the things he taught in their remembrance. He was more concerned with them having the more sure words of prophecy, and the scripture.<quoted text>
Throughout history God had men in charge on Earth with a succession by the laying on hands. Moses, David etc.
He wasn't going to put Peter in charge until the Romans crucified in Rome and then that's it, everybody for themselves. Peter and Paul died 30 years before the last scripture that was eventually going to make the Bible was written. We were on our 3rd Pope when St John was alive.
All of the words of God were not written done in the Bible. Where does it say that. You can read the NT in about 12-14 hours. The Apostles were with Jesus for 3 years.
The scriptures say that everything was not written down. There would not be enough books in the world to hold what Jesus did
Do you believe that?
You must come out of Babylon.