There is one fact: in the earliest complete manuscripts of the old Greek version called “the Septuagint” (LXX), the disputed books are found together with those of the Hebrew Bible (translated). Blocher, Assertaining the Historical Facts, p. 3, para. 3; “Helpful or Harmful? The “Apocrypha” and Evangelical Theology,” European Journal of Theology 13.2 (2004): 81-90.)
Does Enoch describe the earth as being flat? “Let us examine some of its passages that supposedly do. I will quote from M. Knibb’s translation, with notes by Andy McCracken. Enoch 18:1–5 reads,” (Origin linked above: Courtesy of
What’s been left out of the scriptures? Why the exclusion. The Apocrypha, for instance, is biblical writings not forming part of the accepted canon of Scripture. SUMMARYThe argument is that the issue of the OT Apocrypha is not an insignificant one. The author lists historical reasons for seeing the canon as fixed in Judaism by ...
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