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Scripture Through History: From the Patriarchs to the Protestant Revolt


    The Bible is a Catholic book, a product of the Church, written by Catholics, for Catholics, which has been jealously guarded throughout the centuries. There is but one truth, one Gospel, and one Church founded by Jesus Christ.

Since the Bible is a primary source of Godís revelation, it is vital that we understand the Bibleís origins; how, when, where and by whom the various writings were selected and compiled into the canon of Scripture held and venerated by the Catholic Church.

For all Catholics in submission to the authority of the Holy See, the Bible comprises 46 Old Testament and 27 New Testament  books. Although Protestants hold to the same number of New Testament books, they maintain an Old Testament list of only 39 books. How did this difference come about? Did the Catholic Church add seven books to their canon, or did Protestants remove seven books from theirs? Who decided which books belong in the Bible? What was their authority? What criteria were used in the selection of the various books?

By tracing the Bibleís origins from Moses through the Protestant Revolt of the sixteenth century, Scripture Through History answers these and many other questions.



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