Hello everyone. I’ve been discussing with a Protestant on the history of the Bible and who exactly canonized it. My case that it was the Roman Catholic Church - the council of Nicea under Constantine that canonized the scripture, but to him it was the undivided church.
Here is his quote
Anyone who knows anything about church history knows that there was a period when the Greek and other Eastern churches and the Latin church (plus, for that matter, some others) were united and not divided as they later were. It’s that period that’s referred to as the era of the “Undivided Church,” and people usually think of it as lasting until the Great Schism, even though the Oriental Orthodox had split earlier and there were many heretical groups. It’s this church that canonized the Scripture, not any particular part of it.