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The new testament was published in the fourth century ... without the permission of a Jew.
It was the Catholic Church that propelled the Jews to get together and form their own official canon of scripture. Up until the first century, various Jewish sects had their own collection of Books they considered the 'Word of God'. They didn't like the first century Christians (especially Gentiles) preaching the Hebrew Books. The Church drew the connections between the OT and the ministry of Jesus Christ, the Jewish Messiah, who freed them from the slavery of sin. It wasn't the triumphant battle they envisioned..