Pre-face to Deuterocanonical Apocryphal Books

Pre-face to Deuterocanonical Apocryphal Books
The apocrypha is a selection of books which were published in the original 1611 King James Bible. The Apocrypha refer to texts which are…
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Pre-face to Deuterocanonical Apocryphal Books Pre-face to Deuterocanonical Apocryphal Books

The apocrypha is a selection of books which were published in the original 1611 King James Bible. The Apocrypha refer to texts which are left out of officially sanctioned versions (‘canon’) of the Bible. The term means ‘things hidden away,’ which implies secret or esoteric literature. However, none of these texts were ever considered secret. These apocryphal books were positioned between the Old and New Testament (it also contained maps and geneologies). Jerome rejected the Deuterocanonical books when he was translating the Bible into Latin circa 450 CE, (see the Vulgate). This was because no Hebrew version of these texts could be found, even though they were present in the Greek Old Testament (the Septuagint). However, they eventually were accepted by the Church, and most of them remained part of the Bible. Protestants rejected these books during the Reformation as lacking…

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