Deuterocanonical Books -- Inspired or Uninspired?
Deuterocanonical Books-- Inspired or Uninspired?
- If so, why are they not a part of the canon?
- If not, why were they placed in the center or the back of some translations (e.g KJV)?
- Are they still included today?
Who wrote them?
- Were they written by a single author or by several individuals and over what time span?
- How many are there?
- What are the names?
- When were they written and for what purposes?
Do they have any relevance or current use for today's Bible students?
- Overall, are the Deuterocanonical Books the product to encourage a community or the efforts to reject the Inspired Word (OT) and/or to rewrite history and the Inspired Revelations)?
For a greater understanding of the Bible, many want to know. What says ye? CM