Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger: Revised Second Edition

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Some differences between Catholicism and Protestantism can be tricky to grasp, but one of them just requires the ability to count: Catholic bibles have seventy-three books, whereas Protestant bibles have sixty-sis - plus an appendix with the strange title Apocrypha. What's the story here? Protestants claim that the medieval Catholic Church added six extra books that had never been considered part of the Old Testament, either by Jews or early Christians. Catholics say that the Protestant Reformers removed those books, ...

Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger: Revised Second Edition 2017, Catholic Answers Press

ISBN-13: 9781683570516

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