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Posted on 02/27/2010 8:48:41 PM PST by Salvation
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The Hebrew Scriptures: Books of the Old Testament
It will serve now to list in comparable columns the canons of the Old Testament as accepted by both Roman Catholics and Protestant Evangelicals. Jews have the same canon as Protestants.
The lists are divided into the groups as taught by the respective faith groups. The books with asterisks are those of the Roman Catholic canon which are considered canonical, but are labeled apocryphal by Protestants and Evangelicals.
|Hebrew Scriptures||Roman Catholic Old Testament||Protestant Old Testament|
|Palestinian Canon||Alexandrian Canon or||Palestinian Canon|
|Prophets||Historical Books||Historical Books|
|1 Samuel||1 Samuel||1 Samuel|
|2 Samuel||2 Samuel||2 Samuel|
|1 Kings||1 Kings||1 Kings|
|2 Kings||2 Kings||2 Kings|
|Later Prophets||1 Chronicles||1 Chronicles|
|Isaiah||2 Chronicles||2 Chronicles|
|Nahum||Wisdom Books||Poetical Books|
|Malachi||Song of Songs||Song of Songs|
|Writings||Prophetical Books||Prophetical Books|
|Song of Songs||*Baruch||Ezekiel|
Palestinian Canon? Surely, you mean cannon?? Seriously, this is very, very bent.
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Catholic Biblical Apologetics: The Hebrew Scriptures: Books of the Old Testament
What you are asserting is that the scripture came from the palestinians, who are, of course a falsified and non-existent people in the first place - when everyone knows it originated with the Jews.
Thus you are perpetuating the muslim lie that the Koran is really at the bottom of it all (a muslim will tell you that even if Moses was not a muslim he actually wished that he was, notwithstanding the fact that islam wasn't even a gleam in mad mo's forefather's eye at that point in time, and that Jesus was actually one of their flock under the pseudonym of "Issa").
Yes, I know what a "canon" is. Do you know what a "palestinian" is?? Congrats. You have just declared the Catholic church islamic.