Timeline of New Testament Bible  

The New Testament is the second part of the Christian Bible.
It is a collection of Christian texts written in the common (Koine) Greek language of the first century, at different times by various writers. In almost all Christian traditions today, the New Testament consists of 27 books. The canon or list of the books of the New Testament was defined by the Catholic Church.
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Crucifixion of Jesus   30 AD

1 of 28
0 years later
Galatians   48 AD

Galatians
  • Date: 48-55 AD
  • Manuscript: P46 - 175-225 AD
  • Gap (Years): 120-177 Years
  • 2 of 28
    18 years later
    1 Corinthians   50 AD

    1 Corinthians
  • Date: 50-60 AD
  • Manuscript: P46 - 175-225 AD
  • Gap (Years): 115-175 Years
  • 3 of 28
    20 years later
    Philippians   50 AD

    Philippians
  • Date: 50-60 AD
  • Manuscript: P46 - 175-225 AD
  • Gap (Years): 115-175 Years
  • 4 of 28
    20 years later
    1 Thessalonians   50 AD

    1 Thessalonians
  • Date: 50-60 AD
  • Manuscript: P46 - 175-225 AD
  • Gap (Years): 115-175 Years
  • 5 of 28
    20 years later
    Philemon   50 AD

    Philemon
  • Date: 50-60 AD
  • Manuscript: P87 - 250 AD
  • Gap (Years): 190-200 Years
  • 6 of 28
    20 years later
    2 Corinthians   55 AD

    2 Corinthians
  • Date: 55-57 AD
  • Manuscript: P46 - 175-225 AD
  • Gap (Years): 118-170 Years
  • 7 of 28
    25 years later
    Romans   56 AD

    Romans
  • Date: 56-58 AD
  • Manuscript: P46 - 175-225 AD
  • Gap (Years): 117-169 Years
  • 8 of 28
    26 years later
    1 Timothy   62 AD

    1 Timothy
  • Date: 62 AD
  • Manuscript: P32 - Egypt - 100-300 AD Codex Sinaiticus - Egypt - 350 AD
  • Gap (Years): 38-238 Years
  • 9 of 28
    32 years later
    Titus   62 AD

    Titus
  • Date: 62 AD
  • Manuscript: P32 - Egypt - 100-300 AD Codex Sinaiticus - Egypt - 350 AD
  • Gap (Years): 38-238 Years
  • 10 of 28
    32 years later
    Gospel of Mark   65 AD

    Gospel of Mark
  • Date: 2 65-75 AD
  • Manuscript: 3 P45 - Egypt - 250 AD
  • Gap (Years): 4 175-185 Years
  • 11 of 28
    35 years later
    2 Timothy   67 AD

    2 Timothy
  • Date: 67 AD
  • Manuscript: P32 - Egypt - 100-300 AD Codex Sinaiticus - Egypt - 350 AD
  • Gap (Years): 33-233 Years
  • 12 of 28
    37 years later
    Hebrews   70 AD

    Hebrews
  • Date: 70-90 AD
  • Manuscript: P46 - 175-225 AD
  • Gap (Years): 85-155 Years
  • 13 of 28
    40 years later
    Gospel of Matthew   75 AD

    Gospel of Matthew
  • Date: 75-100 AD
  • Manuscript: P104 - Egypt - 150-200 AD
  • Gap (Years): 50-125 Years
  • 14 of 28
    45 years later
    Gospel of Luke   75 AD

    Gospel of Luke
  • Date: 75-100 AD
  • Manuscript: P4 - Egypt - 150-200 AD P75 - Egypt - 175-250 AD
  • Gap (Years): 50-175 Years
  • 15 of 28
    45 years later
    Acts   80 AD

    Acts
  • Date: 80-90 AD
  • Manuscript: 0189 - 200 AD P29 - Egypt - 250-300 AD P45 - Egypt - 250 AD P48 - Egypt - 250-300 AD P53 - Egypt - 250-300 AD P91 - 250-300 AD
  • Gap (Years): 110-220 Years
  • 16 of 28
    50 years later
    Ephesians   80 AD

    Ephesians
  • Date: 80-95 AD
  • Manuscript: P46 - 175-225 AD
  • Gap (Years): 80-145 Years
  • 17 of 28
    50 years later
    Colossians   80 AD

    Colossians
  • Date: 80-95 AD
  • Manuscript: P46 - 175-225 AD
  • Gap (Years): 80-145 Years
  • 18 of 28
    50 years later
    2 Thessalonians   80 AD

    2 Thessalonians
  • Date: 80-95 AD
  • Manuscript: P92 - Egypt - 300 AD
  • Gap (Years): 205-220 Years
  • 19 of 28
    50 years later
    Gospel of John   90 AD

    Gospel of John
  • Date: 90-110 AD
  • Manuscript: P52 - Egypt - 200 AD
  • Gap (Years): 90-110 Years
  • 20 of 28
    60 years later
    James   90 AD

    James
  • Date: 90-140 AD
  • Manuscript: P20 - Egypt - 250-300 AD P23 - Egypt - 250-300 AD
  • Gap (Years): 110-210 Years
  • 21 of 28
    60 years later
    1 Peter   90 AD

    1 Peter
  • Date: 90-95 AD
  • Manuscript: P72 - 250-350 AD
  • Gap (Years): 155-260 Years
  • 22 of 28
    60 years later
    1 John   90 AD

    1 John
  • Date: 90-110 AD
  • Manuscript: P9 - Egypt - 250-300 AD
  • Gap (Years): 140-210 Years
  • 23 of 28
    60 years later
    2 John   90 AD

    2 John
  • Date: 90-110 AD
  • Manuscript: Codex Sinaiticus - Egypt - 350 AD
  • Gap (Years): 240-260 Years
  • 24 of 28
    60 years later
    3 John   90 AD

    3 John
  • Date: 90-110 AD
  • Manuscript: Codex Sinaiticus - Egypt - 350 AD
  • Gap (Years): 240-260 Years
  • 25 of 28
    60 years later
    Jude   90 AD

    Jude
  • Date: 90-140 AD
  • Manuscript: P72 - 250-350 AD
  • Gap (Years): 110-260 Years
  • 26 of 28
    60 years later
    Revelation   90 AD

    Revelation
  • Date: 90-95 AD
  • Manuscript: P98 - 150-200 AD
  • Gap (Years): 55-110 Years
  • 27 of 28
    60 years later
    2 Peter   125 AD

    2 Peter
  • Date: 125-150 AD
  • Manuscript: P72 - 250-350 AD
  • Gap (Years): 100-225 Years
  • 28 of 28
    95 years later
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