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Sept. 20, 2022

What is the New Testament Apocrypha?

What is the New Testament Apocrypha?

The word, “apocrypha” actually refers to two different collections of books. One of them is Jewish and the other collection is Christian. It is important that we understand the distinction. There were a number of books written after the Old...


The word, “apocrypha” actually refers to two different collections of books. One of them is Jewish and the other collection is Christian. It is important that we understand the distinction.

There were a number of books written after the Old Testament period, 1400-400 B.C., which have had some sort of authority claimed for them. Though rejected by the Jews and Jesus, some Christians believe these works should be part of the Old Testament canon. These books are known as the Old Testament Apocrypha. Some people, when they use the word, “apocrypha” are referring to this special group of writings.

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