A biblical canon, or canon of scripture, is a list of books considered to be
authoritative scripture by a particular religious community. The word "canon"
The difficulty in determining the biblical canon is that the Bible does not give us a
list of the books that belong in the Bible. Determining the canon was a process ...
A brief and non-technical review of the development of the canon and the role of
ancient versions in this process. Biblical Canon: The New Testament Canon.
The earliest Christian canon — that is, by the early 2nd century CE — was the
Septuagint. This was a collection of Judaic scriptures translated from Hebrew into
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The "canon" of Scripture is defined as the books of the Bible officially accepted as
Holy Scripture. Written by about forty authors over the course of 1500 years, ...
Old Testament Canon The idea of a finished Old Testament canon was spoken
by both biblical and nonbiblical sources. Flavius Josephus, a Jewish writer of the
One wonders, what is God's canon? In Evidence that Demands a Verdict, biblical
apologist Josh McDowell cites the derivation of "canon" as coming from a root ...
Jun 3, 2004 ... Introduction The fact of the inspiration of the Bible as God's special revelation to
man naturally leads to the question (since many other religious ...
In Protestant Christianity, the canon is the body of Scripture comprised in the
Bible consisting of the 39 books in the Old Testament and 27 in the New