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DEUTEROCANONICAL BOOKS
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Definitions

  1. The deuterocanonical books are not included in the translation.

Translation

  1. For the deuterocanonical books, he was generally content to correct the Old Latin (translation).

Part

  1. He never either categorically acknowledged or rejected the deuterocanonical books as part of the Canon of Scripture, and he repeatedly made use of them.
  2. Consider also that Protestant tradition does not consider the deuterocanonical books as part of the Old Testament.

Roman Catholic Church

  1. This includes the deuterocanonical books, also revised by Jerome, and became the official translation of the Roman Catholic Church.

Protestants

  1. The extra books in the Catholic Bible are referred to as the Apocryphal, or Deuterocanonical books, by Protestants and Catholic respectively.

Bible

  1. Jerome rejected the Deuterocanonical books when he was translating the Bible into Latin circa 450 CE, (see the Vulgate).

Maccabees

  1. I'm not 100% definite, but from the deuterocanonical books of the Maccabees we get the history including the date of celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles.

Apocrypha

  1. The Catholic and Orthodox Old Testaments contain six books not included in the Tanakh; see apocrypha and deuterocanonical books.

Old Testament Books

  1. In addition to the Deuterocanonical books, a number of other Old Testament books are also not quoted in the New Testament.

Deuterocanonical Books

  1. For more information regarding these books, see the articles Biblical apocrypha, Biblical canon, Books of the Bible, and Deuterocanonical books.
  2. Those works that made it into the Greek translation of the Bible (the Septuagint) became known as the deuterocanonical books.
  3. A key objective of the conspiracy is to insert "the Apocrypha" (i.e., the deuterocanonical books of Scripture) into the Bible.

Categories

  1. Old Testament Books
  2. Religion > Christianity > Bible > Apocrypha
  3. Maccabees
  4. Belief > Religion > Christianity > Biblical Canon
  5. Greek Translation
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