Eusebius' Four Categories of Books
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Eusebius describes 4 types of books: accepted, disputed, rejected heretical.
1. How does the four-fold division help us understand the “core” and the “fringe” of the canon?
a. Eusebius describes 4 categories of books related to the canon.
II. What was the content of the disputed books?
a. Most of the disputed books are small.
III. There wasn't really that much being questioned
a. Not much dispute over the four gospels.