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Paul wrote to the Roman Church 30+/- years
[b:3twz2g6z][color=red:3twz2g6z]After Pentacost[/color:3twz2g6z][/b:3twz2g6z],
or the Start of the 1st Day Church

The canon, of the what we call the “Old Testament”
wellll if you had read what I posted you would have known he was;
refering to what we call the Old Testament
The Oracles of God; according to [b:3twz2g6z]Paul[/b:3twz2g6z] were committed to
the “Keeping” of the Jews, not to the Gentiles,
The Cannon of Moses and the Prophets was set in 90 AD+/-
by the Pharisees at Jamica,
I think it is called the Masoritic Text
just at the same time God was finishing the New
and the letters to the different Churches written by John
in the Book of Revelation;

Rome; nor any Protestant church has the authority to determine
what is or what isn’t [color=red:3twz2g6z]the Canon of the Old Testament[/color:3twz2g6z],
God didn’t give The Gentile Church any voice in the matter
We should just accept it, as the Jews preserved it[/quote:3twz2g6z]

The Gospels, and the different letters to the Churches
were written to the Church, made up of both Jew and Gentile;
these were committed to the Church

we should just accept what God has done
and those he used to do it thru,

Now don’t forget;
Christ did say this to;
not only the Multiutude, but also to his Disciples,
of which the Apostles were part of,
and these words, recorded by Matthew
were spoken as part of the last time he spoke publicially,
to the multitude and the disciples,
Then spake Jesus to the multitude,
to [b:3twz2g6z][color=green:3twz2g6z]his disciples[/color:3twz2g6z][/b:3twz2g6z],
2 Saying,
The scribes and the Pharisees sit in Moses’ seat:
3 All therefore whatsoever they bid you observe,
that observe and do; but [b:3twz2g6z][u:3twz2g6z][color=red:3twz2g6z]do not ye[/color:3twz2g6z][/u:3twz2g6z][/b:3twz2g6z] after their works:
for they say, and do not.
4 For they bind heavy burdens and grievous to be borne

ect. – ect. – ect.[i:3twz2g6z]The King James Version, (Cambridge: Cambridge) 1769.[/i:3twz2g6z]

The Canon of Moses and the Prophets was set in 90 AD+/-
by the Pharisees at Jamica,

I think we should just accept it

I do find it interesting that Paul wrote that to the church
that would eventually take it upon themselves to determine what was to be “the Scriptures”