One thing for certain 4gvn. Nothing presented to you will ever change your mind. You will not admit any error in your theology.<quoted text>We are talking about the 'Dead Sea Scrolls'. They did not find a 'bible'. You really need to try to learn something of the subject if you wish to try to defend a particular view.
If we say the Jews around the time of Jesus had no official canon, you will simply plug your ears and believe they did. Your faith is formed by complete ignorance.
Ignorance doesn't wash your hands my friend.
Luther had no authority to dictate what was inspired and what was not. Your KJV is not the whole Bible as Christians should have - thanks to the wicked priest.
Did the Catholic Church add books to the Bible?
YES THEY DID.
They added 27 books to the Bible in the 4th century.
You accept the Church's authority to establish a Bible, but you later change the meaning of the Books and added titles and concepts that did not exist.
Your religion is so simple...you're shown evidence and you simply ignore it.
"no problem, Im going to Heaven no matter what"
Don't be so confident. Your sola fide is quite new. Its foreign to all known Christians prior to this man Luther. If that ain't alarming to you then nothing will be alarming.