I'm sure if the Apostles would have foresaw the chaos that would ensue once their writings were published, they would have took the time to dot every I and cross every T. Imo.<quoted text>
But wouldn't that be someplace in all those,books,
We visited he,Lords mother and gained great wisdom.etc.
As I say ..She was holy..was blessed ..was honored ...And by her words
Saved ..And,suffered great when her Son was killed ..
I'm sure,she,was,among the disciples,...And I like to believe may have not had a,painful death ..
But some of this,dogma,came only by fiat ..we don't know .
I.hope to some day ..in a,lot of things,
They didn't even know they were writing a Bible. They established a Church like the Lord commanded. Yes they were warned of wolves and strange gospels. But 45,000 tearing apart every little sentence they penned?? No way could they have envisioned such a thing. I've heard people argue about one word in one verse, in one chapter of one book, in one of the Apostles letters. You've got to be out of your mind if you think this is how the Lord willed for truth to be conveyed. Yes we Catholics call the scriptures the word of God, and it definitely is. But every little punctuation mark?? God didn't tell them word for word what to pen. That's why I say, the evangelical approach to scripture is flawed from the get go.