The Muratorian fragment is the earliest known example of a defined list of mostly New Testament books. However, it is damaged and incomplete, but it is usually dated to the late 2nd century. This Muratorian canon fragment has the four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, along with 13 letters of Paul. However, its condition makes it impossible to make any definitive statements.
“A scoundrel and a villain
Go about with crooked speech.
They wink their eyes.
They shuffle their feet.
They point with their fingers.
They have a perverted mind.
They devise evil.
They continually sow discord.
Therefore calamity will descend suddenly.
In a moment they will be damaged beyond repair.”
Now we move on to a different type of person, the scoundrel or an old fashioned villain. These are some kind of shady disreputable characters. They have a kind of crooked speech. They wink their eyes. They shuffle their feet. They point with their fingers. Watch out for these people! They have a perverted mind and are always devising evil. We might call them con men. They are always getting people upset. However, they will suddenly have something terrible happen to them. In a moment, they will be damaged beyond repair. It is hard to say what will happen to them.