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Weren’t the New Testament accounts recorded much sooner than many other ancient historical events (which are assumed to be accurate)?

The earliest manuscripts of the New Testament were recorded within the century and much sooner than many other works believed to be historically accurate. For example:

Why are these works believed to be accurate but not the New Testament? For example, why believe the accounts of Alexander the Great who lived in the 1st century AD when the earliest surviving manuscript comes from the 9th century AD?


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