An established rule for guidance, a standard, or a list of such rules: 1. in biblical usage the catalogue of inspired writings known as the Old and New Testaments, identified as such by the Church; 2. in ecclesiastical usage, a short definition of some dogmatic truth, with attached anathema, made as a rule by general councils; 3. the Eucharistic Prayer, which is the essential part of the Sacrifice of the Mass. In religious life, certain orders of men with specific duties often attached to a particular church, shrine, or ecclesiastical function; 4. in music a composition that repeats the same melody by one or more voices in turn, producing harmony; 5. in printing a size type, namely 4 line pica 48 point, used in printing church books or the Canon of the Mass; 6. catalogue of canonized saints; 7. rules of certain religious orders and the books that comprise them; 8. in art and architecture the established rule, which is periodically specified in ecclesiastical matters by Church directives or legislation; 9. a member of the clergy attached to a cathedral or other large church, with specific duties such as the choral recitation of the Divine Office. (Etym. Latin canon, rule, standard of conduct; summary, record; from Greek kan_n, rod, rule.)
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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.