Section 3. Papyri of the New Testament and Pages from Complete Bibles

17. Greek Papyrus of 1 Corinthians, 125-175 AD

Museum of Christian Missions, South Korea

Around 150 Greek papyri survive of the New Testament. This papyrus is one of the earliest-known texts of the New Testament, one of a few that date to the mid-2nd century or earlier and the earliest-known text of the writings of St. Paul.
Around 150 Greek papyri survive of the New Testament. This papyrus is one of the earliest-known texts of the New Testament, one of a few that date to the mid-2nd century or earlier and the earliest-known text of the writings of St. Paul.