The 2006 Sperry Symposium investigates the origins of the writings that were compiled to form the New Testament. Who wrote the New Testament? Did Matthew really write Matthew? Who decided which ancient Gospels to include and which to reject? How did the New Testament's books make their way into the Bible? Who decided what books should be considered scripture, and who decided the sequence of books that we have today? Answers to these questions are clarified in the light of ancient history, the earliest New Testament texts, and modern revelation.Includes articles from Elder Alexander B. Morrison, Daniel K Judd, Robert J. Matthews, Richard D. Draper, Gaye Strathearn, Thomas A. Wayment, Eric D. Huntsman, Jennifer C. Lane, Frank F. Judd Jr., Terry Szink, and others.