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- The deuterocanonical books are not included in the translation.
- For the deuterocanonical books, he was generally content to correct the Old Latin (translation).
- He never either categorically acknowledged or rejected the deuterocanonical books as part of the Canon of Scripture, and he repeatedly made use of them.
- Consider also that Protestant tradition does not consider the deuterocanonical books as part of the Old Testament.
- This includes the deuterocanonical books, also revised by Jerome, and became the official translation of the Roman Catholic Church.
- The extra books in the Catholic Bible are referred to as the Apocryphal, or Deuterocanonical books, by Protestants and Catholic respectively.
- Jerome rejected the Deuterocanonical books when he was translating the Bible into Latin circa 450 CE, (see the Vulgate).
- 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.
- The Catholic and Orthodox Old Testaments contain six books not included in the Tanakh; see apocrypha and deuterocanonical books.
- In addition to the Deuterocanonical books, a number of other Old Testament books are also not quoted in the New Testament.
- For more information regarding these books, see the articles Biblical apocrypha, Biblical canon, Books of the Bible, and Deuterocanonical books.
- Those works that made it into the Greek translation of the Bible (the Septuagint) became known as the deuterocanonical books.
- A key objective of the conspiracy is to insert "the Apocrypha" (i.e., the deuterocanonical books of Scripture) into the Bible.
- Old Testament Books
- Religion > Christianity > Bible > Apocrypha
- Belief > Religion > Christianity > Biblical Canon
- Greek Translation
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