The Christian Post wrote that professor Daniel B. Wallace of Dallas Theological Seminary said that a Gospel fragment found could be the oldest New Testament artifacts ever found. This Fragment could date as far back to eyewitness times. This new fragment would predate P45(c.200-250) the oldest know fragment by 100 to 150 years, almost certainly placing it in the first century and making it the oldest of its kind, according to the professor.
Professor Daniel B. Wallace of Dallas presented his finding at UNC Chapel Hill on Feb. 1, 2012. Professor Wallace presented seven New Testament papyri. He believed that six of them were probably from the second century, and one the Gospel of Mark, probably from the first. The finding will be officially published next year.
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