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Unformatted text preview: Judith, Tobit, Baruch, Sirach, the Wisdom of Solomon, First and Second Maccabees, the two Books of Esdras, additions to the Book of Esther, additions to the Book of Daniel, and the Prayer of Manasseh. The Septuagint is the Greek translation of the Jewish scriptures that has been used for ages and will, most likely, be used in the future (Septuagint . <http://www.septuagint.net/>) . 2. The books in the Greek Canon that are not included in the Hebrew Canon are Judith, Tobit, 1Esdra, 1Maccabees, 2Maccabees, 3Maccabees, 4Maccabees, Prayer of Manasseh Sirach, Wisdom, and Baruch. These books were not included within the Hebrew Canon because they were not seen as works inspired by God. The Hebrew Canon does not recognize any of these books because of the conclusion that none of the books were divinely inspired (Septuagint . <http://www.septuagint.net/>)....
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- Spring '12