The bible book called First Thessalonians was written by the apostle Paul, in the year 50 C.E, all happened in his second preaching tour, visit at the Macedonian City of Thessalonians and there established a christian Congregation. Within a year whiles in Corinth accompanied by Silvanus( Silas of the book of Acts) and Timothy, Paul was moved to write his First book to the Thessalonians Christian Congregation to Comfort them and build up their faith.


This apparently happened in the late 50 C.E. This letter apparently enjoys being the first distinction of Paul’s writing to become part of the Bible Canon and exception of Mathew being the first Book of the Christian Greek Scriptures.The evidence supporting the authenticity and integrity of the letter is overwhelming. Paul identifies himself by as the writer and the book is internally harmonious with the rest of the inspired word.


But first epistle is mentioned by name in many of the earliest catalogs of the inspired scriptures,including the Muratorian Fragement, many ecclesiastical writers, including Irenaeus( second century C.E), who mentions it by name and again Chester Beatty Papyrus No.2 about 200 C.E.

The Second Book of Thessalonians


The second book of Thessalonians was written by Paul after the First letter to the Thessalonians and it was completed in 51 C.E , in the same city in Corinth,for same brothers,Silvanus and Timothy, again join with Paul in greeting the congregation at Thessalonica.

They were all traveling servants of the early Christian congregation, and there is no record that shows that the three came together again after association at Corinth. The nature of the letter was written to correct an error between the brothers in the Christian Congregation which has made them to Fall in the sight of God.

They were all traveling servants of the early Christian congregation, and there is no record that shows that the three came together again after association at Corinth. The nature of the letter was written to correct an error between the brothers in the Christian Congregation which has made them to Fall in the sight of God.