RECITATION 3 NOTES

RECITATION 3 NOTES - o Written about 200 B.C. o Christians...

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RECITATION 3 NOTES 9/12/08 Introduction to Apocrypha: Hidden things Why? o Esdras 2: follows Ezra; got back from exile – no bibles so must create bible → had it memorized, so produced 94 books (24 are for everyone (Hebrew Bible); other 70 referred to as “hidden books,” secrets hidden) o Modern day – only 13-14 books Pseudepigrapha – “false writing” → written under false names (fiction) Apocrypha came around during the Hellenistic period→see Greek elements Septuagint = Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible
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Unformatted text preview: o Written about 200 B.C. o Christians use b/c Greek is lingua franca (common language) • Jude 1:13-15 = quote from 1 Enoch • 4 th century → Jerome translates bible into Latin, includes Apocrypha • Council of Trent – 1546 C.E. – Catholic church makes some books in Apocrypha part of the canon (deuterocanonual) • Protestants – no • Martin Luther – liked 1 Maccabees; thought on standard with Hebrew Bible; didn’t like 2 Esdras (didn’t translate into German)...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course JWST 106 taught by Professor Jodimagness during the Fall '11 term at UNC.

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