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In fiction, canon is the material accepted as officially part of the story in the fictional universe of ... The term "canon" nowadays refers to all works of fiction within a franchise's fictional universe which are considered "to have actually happened" ...

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The term Biblical Canon refers to the various books that are accepted as books of Holy Scripture. Different religions have their own lists of sacred books.

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how to define the term 'canon'. In recent years, one particular definition—that canon can only be used to refer to books in a fixed, final, closed list—has emerged ...

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Canon [B]. This word is derived from a Hebrew and Greek word denoting a reed or cane. Hence it means something straight, or something to keep straight; and ...

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Jun 3, 2004 ... The word canon is used to describe those books recognized as inspired of ..... This noncanonical book refers to a threefold division of books ...

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Bible scholars refer to the “canon” of the Scriptures. What is meant by that expression? The termcanon” is an anglicized form of the Greek kanon. Originally, the ...

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It refers to the original body of work that the fanfiction came from. Her fanfiction ... Canon is a term for official, as in one loves another in most universes. Gayden: ...

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Answer: The wordcanon” comes from the rule of law that was used to ... Since our faith is defined by Scripture, Jude is essentially saying that Scripture was ...

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Thus the word canon is used to describe those books recognized as divinely ... The termcanon,” or “canonical,” can refer to a single book, a group of books, the  ...