September 23rd, 2013
A manuscript named after L. A. Muratori which was discovered in 1740 and dates back to around A.D. 200 (ca. A.D. 170). It contains what is believed to be the earliest list of New Testament books. The unknown author lists the accepted books of his day, recognizing the Four Gospels, Acts, thirteen Epistles of Paul, First John, Second John, Jude, and Revelation.