No one is a "Christian".<quoted text>
The ignorance of Gnosticism.
Diocletian wasn't a Christian.
He persecuted Christians.
But in the early days of the religion - you were catholic = small "c".
Stop diverting and puffing up yourself Dan.
How we got to these individuals did this or did that, was a diversion on your behalf, when you decided to throw back onto me, "please post where God says which texts are inspired".
The exact question I've posed to this forum first, yet have seen an answer for.
Why? Because there is none, but you and your other co-religionists are so gullible and afraid to admit that, because it destroys any belief in Christianity - or int he least - makes it a false doctrine and just a rub for those who are gullible.
How 'bout you stop dancing around the forum and playing footsie with others and post the answer:
Where does "God" specifically state which texts are "of His" inspiration and which are not?
Or admit that there isn't any.
As always, your choice.
Learn it, live it, love it.