Following yesterday’s passage, we finish up Chapter V on the New Testament in the Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation.
Getting even more explicit, paragraph 19 nicely summarizes The Historicity of the Gospels, the 1964 document from the Pontifical Biblical Commission which reaffirms that the Gospels are historical and “faithfully hand on what Jesus Christ, while living among men, really did and taught for their eternal salvation until the day He was taken up into heaven.”
Paragraph 20 then gives amention to the other New Testament writings, which are also inspired, of course.
Here are the Scripture citations:
And the footnotes:
(Due to the necessities of translation, footnote 2 follows footnote 3 in text of Article 19.)
4. cf. instruction “Holy Mother Church” edited by Pontifical Consilium for Promotion of Bible Studies; A.A.S. 56 (1964) p. 715.