The 4th Century AD consists of the years 301-400.
- Official New Testament cannon established. The Book of Revelation is included over the protests of John Chrysostom
- Arianism develops in Egypt
- 325. First Council of Nicaea formulated the original Nicene Creed. The creed was, in part, a response to Arianism.
- 381. The Second Ecumenical Council revised the Nicene Creed. The revised creed is known as the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed.
Births and Deaths
|Biblical Timeline (By Centuries)|
|Before Christ (B.C.)|
| The Beginning |
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|Anno Domini (A.D.)|
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