Written between 30-70 years after his crucifixion, the Gospels provide accounts of the life, teachings, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Early Church History
Acts, written 50 years after the crucifixion by the same author as the Gospel of Luke, details the history of the early Christian Church and the spread of Christianity after the ascension of Jesus Christ.
Acts of the Apostles
Pauline Epistles are letters written by the Apostle Paul to various Christian communities and individuals, written between 15-30 years after Jesus’ crucifixion.
General Epistles, also known as Catholic Epistles, are letters written 12-60 years after the crucifixion to broader audiences within the early Christian community.
Revelation, also called the Apocalypse, is a prophetic book written by John of Patmos 60 years after the crucifixion, detailing visions of the end times and the return of Jesus Christ.