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Only in so much as eyewitnesses can be said to be biased.

Previously, they were biased against the Resurrection since they did not believe it was possible for a crucified man to rise. This bias was overcome when they witnessed His risen body.

The disciples had nothing to gain and everything - including their lives - to lose by recording and preaching their experiences so being biased or prejudiced was not of any benefit to them.

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Did any of the twelve disciples of Jesus wrote the new testament?

matthew, luke, john, peter, jude wrote jude, james


How many people that wrote the new testament that actually knew Jesus?

none of them


What are the names of the disciples who wrote books in the New Testament?

Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Peter. Paul also, but he was an Apostle.


Was the bible handwritten by Jesus?

The Bible comes in two sections the Old Testament And the New Testament, The Old testament is the book that governs the Jewish religion and Jesus was an authority on this and was referred to as Rabi by many that came to hear him and learn from him. The New testament Is the second part of the bible and this is the book that reefers to the works and the teachings of Jesus Christ. The Jews who were the compositors of the first testament do not recognise the second testament as they do not recognise Christ. However Jesus Christ did not write any part of the New testament as a mater of fact most of it was written long after the death of Jesus. No, it was written by a number of people, Jesus' disciple's. God overall wrote the book because God told them what to write. But God did not HANDWRITE it. God is not Jesus, it is his son. Jesus did not wright the bible, it was his disciple's, kings, and translators that wrote the bible.


Who wrote the first Testament of the Bible?

"Testament" is usually used to divide the modern Bible into two parts - "pre-Jesus" and "post-Jesus". The Old Testament, or Tanach, was penned by many men, but is considered to be the Word of God. The first BOOK of the modern Bible (Genesis) is attributed to Moses.

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Did any of the twelve disciples of Jesus wrote the new testament?

matthew, luke, john, peter, jude wrote jude, james


Why did only a certain amount of disciples write books in the Bible?

A disciple is someone who spreads the gospel. Or is a follower of Jesus. So the answer is yes only a few wrote the new testament. But we as christians are all suppoed to be disciples.


What did the disciples do to show they cared for Jesus?

Jesus' disciples were His companions for three years, accompanying Him throughout His ministry. After they had witnessed the Resurrection, the disciples bore witness to what they had seen and knew - that Jesus was indeed risen from the dead and God's son. They preached this message until the end of their lives, endured persecution in His name, and wrote a record of what they had seen and heard. These writings became part of the New Testament.


What did the disciple Nathaniel do?

Nathaniel was a disciple of Jesus Christ, but he was a more qiet of the 12 disciples, The Bible does not say that he wrote any book in the New Testament ,or for the matter did anything of importance, some one like thadeus and Bartholomew.


What is meant by New Testament of the Bible?

The New testament is stuff the diciples wrote after jesus died


Who was St. Matthew?

He was one of the 12 apostles, or disciples, of Jesus. He wrote the first Gospel.


How many people that wrote the new testament that actually knew Jesus?

none of them


What the job of Mark as the disciples of Jesus?

Mark was never a disciple of jesus christ .He wrote the gospel of Mark. he did not write the book of act.


What are the names of the disciples who wrote books in the New Testament?

Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Peter. Paul also, but he was an Apostle.


How many of the writers of the new testament were related to Jesus?

James who wrote the book of James and Jude were Jesus' half brothers.


How many disciples were used to write the Gospel stories of Jesus' life?

The two disciples Matthew and John wrote Gospels about Jesus' life. Many also believe that Peter was an important source for the Gospel of Mark.


Who wrote apocalypse or revelation in the new testament when and where?

John, a disciple of Jesus, wrote it while he was on the island of Patmos, around 60 AD.