CTA: The Bible and the “Apocrypha” (Deuterocanonical books of the Bible):

 The Bible and the “Apocrypha” (Deuterocanonical books of the Bible):

  Apocrypha (Catholic Encyclopedia)
  Deuterocanonical Books of the Bible (called by Protestants the “Apocrypha”) (table of contents & links)
  Do we know which Scriptures are genuinely apostolic? (James Akin, Nazareth Resource Library) 
  The earliest records of the Biblical canon (books in the Bible) include the “Apocrypha”  
  The Old Testament Canon (record of the Church Fathers) (James Akin, Catholic Answers) 
  Canon of the Old Testament (Catholic Encyclopedia)
  Why are Protestant Bibles missing certain books of Scripture? (James Akin, Nazareth Resource Library) 
  What did the early Church Fathers have to say about the Old Testament Canon? (James Akin, Nazareth Resource Library)
  Which canon was used in the Gutenberg Bible? (James Akin, Nazareth Resource Library) 
  Questions and answers about the Book of Judith (James Akin, Nazareth Resource Library)
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2 Responses to CTA: The Bible and the “Apocrypha” (Deuterocanonical books of the Bible):

  1. Michael says:

    This summary might be useful.

    Broadly speaking the Hebrew literature of the OT time can be conveniently divided into three groups:

    PROTOANONICAL Books, which are co-xtensive with the Hebrew Canon, and the Protestant Bible:
    Pentateuch (“five books of Moses”)
    Josua, Judges, Ruth
    Samuel I and II (or Kings I and II)
    Kings I and II (or Kings III and IV)
    Chronicles I and II (or Paralipomenon I and II)
    Ezra (or Esdras I), Nehemiah (or Esdras II)
    Esther (Hebrew Esther)
    Job, Psalms, Proverbs
    Ecclesiastes, Canticle of Canticles (or The Sung of Solomon)
    Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel
    Daniel (Hebrew Daniel), Ch.1 and 2, part of Ch.3, Ch.4-12
    Lamentations
    Twelve Minor Prophets (Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zachariah, Malachi).

    DEUTEROCANONICAL Books, coextensive approximately with the Protestant “Apocrypha”:

    Esther (parts of the Greek Esther, incorporated into the Hebrew Esther (see above), usually printed in italics with the chapters and verses indicated differently). Protestant include the whole Greek Ester under “Apocrypha”.

    Daniel part of Ch.3 (Protestant: The Prayer of Azariah and the Song of Three Yung Man. In Catholic Bibles it is incorporated into the Dan. Ch.3, and printed in italics)

    Daniel Ch.13 (Protestant: Susanna) and Ch.14 (Protestant: Bell and the Dragon)

    Baruch Ch. 1-5 (Protetant: Baruch)
    Baruch Ch 6 (Protestant: Letter of Jeremiah)

    Tobit, Judit, Maccabees I and II
    Wisdom (or Wisdom of Solomon), Sirach (or Ecclesiasticus)

    Protestant “Apocrypha” also include: Esdras III and IV, and The Prayer of Manasseh.

    APOCRYPHA (proper), Protestant: Pseudoepigrapha.

    There are many books:
    Life of Adam and Eve, Baruch II, III, IV, Ascension of Isaiah, Maccabees III, IV, V, Book of Noah, Psalms of Solomon etc.

    We include here the three Protestant “Apocrypha” (see just above: Esdras III and IV, and The Prayer of Manasseh).

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