When Did the Antilegomena Become Homologoumena?

Great question today about the formation of the NT canon, what distinctions the early church made, and what that distinction can teach us today as we interpret the very same Word of God.

To help keep things straight, antilegomena means “spoken against” or “disputed” while homologoumena means “agreed upon.”

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