How Many Books In The Protestant Bible

how many books are in the bible.

Today the Samaritans have Bibles with few books, Jews have 39 books, Protestants have sixty six and Catholics 73, early Christians had even more. Which christians have edited the bible correctly?

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How many books are there in the Bible.

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Protestants have fully accepted each and every one of the 27 books that the Holy Spirit inspired Catholics to select for the New Testament over 1,500 years ago..The difference in the Old Testaments actually goes back to the time before and during Christ’s life. At this time, there was no official Jewish canon of scripture.The Jews in Egypt translated their choices of the Hebrew Scriptures into Greek in the second century before Christ. This translation of 46 books, called the Septuagint, had wide use in the Roman world because most Jews lived far from Palestine in Greek cities. Many of these Jews spoke only Greek.The early Christian Church was born into this world. The Church, with its bilingual Jews and more and more Greek-speaking Gentiles, used the books of the Septuagint as its Bible. Remember the early Christians were just writing the documents what would become the New Testament.After the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem (70 CE), with increasing persecution from the Romans and competition from the fledgling Christian Church, the Jewish leaders (the successors of those who condemned Jesus Christ and delivered Him up to the Romans) came together and declared its official canon of Scripture, eliminating seven books from the Septuagint.The books removed were Tobit, Judith, 1 Maccabees, 2 Maccabees, Wisdom (of Solomon), Sirach, and Baruch. Parts of existing books were also removed including Psalm 151 (from Psalms), parts of the Book of Esther, Susanna (from Daniel as chapter 13), and Bel and the Dragon (from Daniel as chapter 14).The Christian Church filled with the Holy Spirit did not follow suit but kept all the books in the Septuagint. 46 + 27 = 73 Books total.1500 years later, Protestants decided to keep the Catholic New Testament but change its Old Testament from the Catholic canon to the Jewish canon.The books that were removed supported such things as• Prayers for the dead (Tobit 12:12; 2 Maccabees 12:39-45)• Purgatory (Wisdom 3:1-7)• Intercession of saints in heaven (2 Maccabees 15:14)• Intercession of angels (Tobit 12:12-15)The books they dropped are sometimes called the Apocrypha.Here is a Catholic Bible website: also suggest you read “5 Myths about 7 Books” by Mark Shea…With love in Christ.

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How many books are in the Christian bible.

Protestant bibles have 66 books. Catholic bibles have 73, not 72, books. Years ago the Catholic bibles had 72 books, but because of the 2nd Vatican Council, (I’m guessing this is why.), the one book of Samuel was divided. In old Catholic bibles the one book of Samuel has 55 chapters, (guessing again). The newer Catholic bibles have 1 Sm and 2Sm, but the content is the same.I don’t know how many books in the Orthodox bibles, but there are more than 73.

How many books are in the Catholic Bible.

And how many books are in the New Testament? Old Testament?

There are 7 more books in the OT in the Catholic BibleTobit, Judith, Wisdom, Ecclesiasticus, Baruch, Machabees I, and Machabees II.46 in the OT.27 in the NT.Total = 73.We also number the Psalms differently.Catholics did not add to the Bible. Protestants took away from it.

How many books are in the bible.

Please an you help me find this out! i’ve already looked on Google but it doesn’t tell me what i need to know.

A little history LessonAs you probably know, Catholic Bibles have 73 books, 46 in the Old Testament, and 27 in the New Testament. Protestant Bibles have 66 books with only 39 in the Old Testament. The books missing from Protestant Bibles are: Tobit, Judith, Baruch, Wisdom, Sirach, 1 and 2 Maccabees, and parts of Esther and Daniel. They are called the ‘Deuterocanonicals’ by Catholics and ‘Apocrypha’ by Protestants. Martin Luther, without any authority whatsoever, removed those seven books and placed them in an appendix during the reformation. They remained in the appendix of Protestant Bibles until about 1826, and then they were removed altogether.Please be mindful of the fact that those seven books had been in Bibles used by all Christians from the very foundation of Christianity.Hellenistic Greek was the language of the day during the time of Christ. This was due to the fact that Alexander the Great had conquered the region several hundred years before. The Hebrew language was on its way out, and there was a critical need for a translation of the Hebrew Old Testament for dispersed Greek speaking Jews. This translation, called the Septuagint, or LXX, was completed by Jewish scholars in about 148 B.C. and it had all of the books, including the seven removed by Martin Luther over 1650 years later. The New Testament has about 350 references to Old Testament verses. By careful examination, scholars have determined that 300 of these are from the Septuagint and the rest are from the Hebrew Old Testament*. They have shown that Jesus Christ Himself, quoted from the Septuagint. Early Christians used the Septuagint to support Christian teachings.For the first 300 years of Christianity, there was no Bible as we know it today. Christians had the Old Testament Septuagint, and literally hundreds of other books from which to choose. The Catholic Church realized early on that she had to decide which of these books were inspired and which ones weren’t. The debates raged between theologians, Bishops, and Church Fathers, for several centuries as to which books were inspired and which ones weren’t. In the meantime, several Church Councils or Synods, were convened to deal with the matter, notably, Rome in 382, Hippo in 393, and Carthage in 397 and 419. The debates sometimes became bitter on both sides. One of the most famous was between St. Jerome, who felt the seven books were not canonical, and St. Augustine who said they were. Protestants who write about this will invariably mention St. Jerome and his opposition, and conveniently omit the support of St. Augustine. I must point out here that Church Father’s writings are not infallible statements, and their arguments are merely reflections of their own private opinions. When some say St. Jerome was against the inclusion of the seven books, they are merely showing his personal opinion of them. Everyone is entitled to his own opinion. However, A PERSONS PRIVATE OPINION DOES NOT CHANGE THE TRUTH AT ALL. There are always three sides to every story, this side, that side, and the side of truth. Whether Jerome’s position, or Augustine’s position was the correct position, had to be settled by a third party, and that third party was the Catholic Church.Now the story had a dramatic change, as the Pope stepped in to settle the matter. In concurrence with the opinion of St. Augustine, and being prompted by the Holy Spirit, Pope St. Damasus I, at the Council of Rome in 382, issued a decree appropriately called, “The Decree of Damasus”, in which he listed the canonical books of both the Old and New Testaments. He then asked St. Jerome to use this canon and to write a new Bible translation which included an Old Testament of 46 books, which were all in the Septuagint, and a New Testament of 27 books.ROME HAD SPOKEN, THE ISSUE WAS SETTLED.”THE CHURCH RECOGNIZED ITS IMAGE IN THE INSPIRED BOOKS OF THE BIBLE. THAT IS HOW IT DETERMINED THE CANON OF SCRIPTURE.St. Jerome acquiesced under obedience (Hebrews 13:17) and began the translation, and completed it in 404 A.D.. In 405, his new Latin Vulgate* was published for the first time.*The word “vulgate” means, “The common language of the people, or the vernacular”.The Decree of Pope St. Damasus I, Council of Rome. 382 A.D….ST. DAMASUS 1, POPE, THE DECREE OF DAMASUS:It is likewise decreed: Now, indeed, we must treat of the divine Scriptures: what the universal Catholic Church accepts and what she must shun.The list of the Old Testament begins: Genesis, one book; Exodus, one book: Leviticus, one book; Numbers, one book; Deuteronomy, one book; Jesus Nave, one book; of Judges, one book; Ruth, one book; of Kings, four books; Paralipomenon, two books; One Hundred and Fifty Psalms, one book; of Solomon, three books: Proverbs, one book; Ecclesiastes, one book; Canticle of Canticles, one book; likewise, Wisdom, one book; Ecclesiasticus (Sirach), one book; Likewise, the list of the Prophets: Isaiah, one book; Jeremias, one book; along with Cinoth, that is, his Lamentations; Ezechiel, one book; Daniel, one book; Osee, one book; Amos, one book; Micheas, one book; Joel, one book; Abdias, one book; Jonas, one book; Nahum, one book; Habacuc, one book; Sophonias, one book; Aggeus, one book; Zacharias, one book; Malachias, one book. Likewise, the list of histories: Job, one book; Tobias, one book; Esdras, two books; Esther, one book; Judith, one book; of Maccabees, two books.Likewise, the list of the Scriptures of the New and Eternal Testament, which the holy and Catholic Church receives: of the Gospels, one book according to Matthew, one book according to Mark, one book according to Luke, one book according to John. The Epistles of the Apostle Paul, fourteen in number: one to the Romans, two to the Corinthians, one to the Ephesians, two to the Thessalonians, one to the Galatians, one to the Philippians, one to the Colossians, two to Timothy, one to Titus one to Philemon, one to the Hebrews. Likewise, one book of the Apocalypse of John. And the Acts of the Apostles, one book. Likewise, the canonical Epistles, seven in number: of the Apostle Peter, two Epistles; of the Apostle James, one Epistle; of the Apostle John, one Epistle; of the other John, a Presbyter, two Epistles; of the Apostle Jude the Zealot, one Epistle. Thus concludes the canon of the New Testament.Likewise it is decreed: After the announcement of all of these prophetic and evangelic or as well as apostolic writings which we have listed above as Scriptures, on which, by the grace of God, the Catholic Church is founded, we have considered that it ought to be announced that although all the Catholic Churches spread abroad through the world comprise but one bridal chamber of Christ, nevertheless, the holy Roman Church has been placed at the forefront not by the conciliar decisions of other Churches, but has received the primacy by the evangelic voice of our Lord and Savior, who says: “You are Peter, and upon this rock I will build My Church, and the gates of hell will not prevail against it; and I will give to you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you shall have bound on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you shall have loosed on earth shall be loosed in heaven.”his list of 46 Old Testament and 27 New Testament books was reconfirmed in the Council of Carthage in 397 A.D.. St. Jerome’s translation, “The Latin Vulgate”*, is to this day, the official Bible of the Catholic Church. The Bibles which Catholics use today, have the same 46 books in the Old Testament as they have had since before the beginning of Christianity.I have not seen a Protestant writing giving recognition to Pope St. Damasus I, or of even the barest mention of his decree, or of the Council of Rome. This is more than half of the truth which is “conveniently” left out of Protestant arguments.The Council of Hippo in 393 reaffirmed the canon put forth by Pope Damasus I…AD 393:Council of Hippo. “It has been decided that besides the canonical Scriptures nothing be read in church under the name of divine Scripture.But the canonical Scriptures are as follows: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua the Son of Nun, Judges, Ruth, the Kings, four books, the Chronicles, two books, Job, the Psalter, the five books of Solomon (included Wisdom and Ecclesiastes (Sirach)), the twelve books of the Prophets, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Daniel, Ezekiel, Tobit, Judith, Esther, Ezra, two books, Maccabees, two books.”(canon 36 A.D. 393). At about this time St. Jerome started using the Hebrew text as a source for his translation of the Old Testament into the Latin Vulgate.The Third Council of Carthage reaffirmed anew, the Canon put forth by Pope Damasus I…AD 397:Council of Carthage III. “It has been decided that nothing except the canonical Scriptures should be read in the Church under the name of the divine Scriptures. But the canonical Scriptures are: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, four books of Kings, Paralipomenon, two books, Job, the Psalter of David, five books of Solomon (Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs, Wisdom, Sirach), twelve books of the Prophets, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Daniel, Ezekiel, Tobit, Judith, Esther, two books of Esdras, two books of the Maccabees.”(canon 47 A.D. 397).It is to be noted that the book of Baruch was considered by some Church Fathers to be a part of the book of Jeremiah and as such was not listed separately by them.The Fourth Council of Carthage in 419 again reaffirmed the Canons as defined in previous councils…CANON XXIV. (Greek xxvii.)”That nothing be read in church besides the Canonical Scripture.ITEM, that besides the Canonical Scriptures nothing be read in church under the name of divine Scripture. But the Canonical Scriptures are as follows: Genesis Exodus Leviticus Numbers Deuteronomy Joshua the Son of Nun The Judges Ruth * The Kings (4 books) * The Chronicles (2 books) Job The Psalter * The Five books of Solomon (includes Wisdom and Sirach) The Twelve Books of the Prophets Isaiah Jeremiah Ezechiel Daniel Tobit Judith Esther * Ezra (2 books) * Maccabees (2books).The New Testament: * The Gospels (4 books) * The Acts of the Apostles (1 book) * The Epistles of Paul (14) * The Epistles of Peter, the Apostle (2) * The Epistles of John the Apostle (3) * The Epistles of James the Apostle (1) * The Epistle of Jude the Apostle (1) * The Revelation of John (1 book).Let this be sent to our brother and fellow bishop, [Pope] Boniface, and to the other bishops of those parts, that they may confirm this canon, for these are the things which we have received from our fathers to be read in church.”[This is Canon xxxvj. of Hippo., 393. The last phrase allowing the reading of the “passions of the Martyrs” on their Anniversaries is omitted from the African code.]The Council of Florence, also called Basel, 1431-1445, was yet another Council which confirmed the Canons of both testaments of the Bible…SESSION 11 4 February 1442:”We, therefore, to whom the Lord gave the task of feeding Christ’s sheep’, had abbot Andrew carefully examined by some outstanding men of this sacred council on the articles of the faith, the sacraments of the church and certain other matters pertaining to salvation. At length, after an exposition of the catholic faith to the abbot, as far as this seemed to be necessary, and his humble acceptance of it, we have delivered in the name of the Lord in this solemn session, with the approval of this sacred ecumenical council of Florence, the following true and necessary doctrine. Most firmly it believes, professes and preaches that the one true God, Father, Son and holy Spirit, is the creator of all things that are, visible and invisible, who, when he willed it, made from his own goodness all creatures, both spiritual and corporeal, good indeed because they are made by the supreme good, but mutable because they are made from nothing, and it asserts that there is no nature of evil because every nature, in so far as it is a nature, is good. It professes that one and the same God is the author of the old and the new Testament — that is, the law and the prophets, and the gospel — since the saints of both testaments spoke under the inspiration of the same Spirit.It accepts and venerates their books, whose titles are as follows. Five books of Moses, namely Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy; Joshua, Judges, Ruth, four books of Kings, two of Paralipomenon, Esdras, Nehemiah, Tobit, Judith, Esther, Job, Psalms of David, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs, Wisdom, Ecclesiasticus, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Baruch, Ezechiel, Daniel; the twelve minor prophets, namely Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi; two books of the Maccabees; the four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John; fourteen letters of Paul, to the Romans, two to the Corinthians, to the Galatians, to the Ephesians, to the Philippians, two to the Thessalonians, to the Colossians, two to Timothy, to Titus, to Philemon, to the Hebrews; two letters of Peter, three of John, one of James, one of Jude; Acts of the Apostles; Apocalypse of John.”The Council of Florence was held over 100 years before the Council of Trent, and about 80 years before the start of the reformation.The Council of Trent 1546-1565, the longest lasting Council in Church history.AD 1546:The Catholic Council of Trent, called to counter changes made by Martin Luther, again reaffirmed the canonicity of all 46 books of the Old Testament. Some Protestant reformers who attended, tried to get the Church to accept the list of books which the Jewish rabbis had chosen at Jamnia.The Church refused and upheld her teaching from Pope Damasus I, and the Council of Florence. As a result, Protestants have the same New Testament books as Catholics, but their Old Testament differs because it does not contain the books rejected by the rabbis at Jamnia, and much later, rejected by Martin Luther.It is interesting that for 1500 years all Christians accepted the same canon for the Old Testament. Only in the last 480 years, since the reformation, has there been disagreement from Protestants

how many books in the bible.

All Christian Bibles had 73 until the 1529 when Martin Luther removed 7 books. Now the Catholic still has all 73, while Protestant Bibles have 66.God bless,Stanbo

How many books are in the bible.

I got 58.Correct me if I’m wrong, but if one of you can link me the website you got your information from, that would be awesome! I need this for a project.

There are 66 Books in the Protestant bibles and 73 in the Catholic bibles. Both the Roman Catholic and Protestant Bibles have thirty-nine books in the Old Testament and twenty-seven in the New.The additional ones in the Catholic bible are the Tobit, Judith, 1&2 Maccabees, Wisdom of Solomon , Baruch and Sirach. Catholic Bibles also include an additional six chapters (107 verses) in Esther and three chapters (174 verses) in Daniel.

how many books are in the Catholic Bible.

how many books in all. i dont really want to know each testament. just both combined. thanks!

There are seventy-three books in the Catholic Bible; forty-six in the Old Testament and twenty-seven in the New Testament. Until the Protestant Reformation the ‘Catholic’ Bible was the only edition since, obviously, there was no other major denomination till then. The Protestant Bible is based on the Council of Jamnia (90 AD), whereas the Catholic Bible is based largely on the Septuagint (132 BC). The Seven books that were dropped in the Council of Jamnia (90 AD) were: Tobit, Judith, Wisdom, Sirach, Baruch, 1 & 2 Maccabees, Esther 10:4-16-16:24 and Daniel 3:24-90 and 13:1-14:42. Until the Protestant Reformation, these books were in the recognised canons as approved by the Catholic Church. After the Reformation, the Council of Trent (1545-1563 AD) reaffirmed the Canon as approved by Pope Damasus and the Synod of Rome (382), the local Councils of Hippo (393) and Carthage (397), and the Canon contained in the Latin Vulgate translation (420) as the Holy Bible.

how many books in the bible.

There are 73 inspired books in the Holy Bible, at least in a complete Bible. The Council of Carthage in 397 AD defined the Canon of Scripture once and for all time, and the book they produced had precisely 73 inspired books. So did every Bible on earth for the next 1,200 years. It wasn’t until the 16th Century that Bibles first became incomplete, when Martin Luther decided to throw out 10 books of the inspired Word of God – 7 Old Testament books and 3 New Testament books that did not support the new doctrines he was introducing into Christianity. Fortunately his followers rebelled at the idea of throwing out the writings of the Apostles themselves, so the New Testament remained intact. The Protestant Bible therefore has 66 books, as it is missing the 7 Old Testament books Luther trashed. If He had been able to do what he fully intended to do, the Protestant Bible would have only 63 books. But the full and true Bible today still has exactly the same number of holy books it has had since it was first compiled at the end of the 4th Century – 73. And that complete Bible can still be found in the same Church that defined the Canon and compiled the book in the first place, the Holy Catholic Church..

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  1. There are 73 books in a proper Bible, but Protestants insist on using a thinned down version, from which 7 Old Testament books are lacking.

  2. 15. EzraBaruch *John34. Daniel66 booksAggeus3. Luke26. Song of SongsHey! The NIV only has 65. Which one is missing?

  3. 5. ActsThe first Bible was put together in 320 AD by St. Jerome. Pope Damasus (the 37th pope) asked Jerome to compile and translate into the common language (Latin) just after the Council of Rome in 382 AD. The books were chosen at this Council, and reaffirmed at the Council of Hippo (393), and two Councils of Carthage (397 & 419). The people knew the Gnostic gospels very well and rejected them. They were not writings from the Apostles.66

  4. 1 PeterWisdom *”They are the seventy-two books found in Catholic editions, forty-five in the Old Testament and twenty-seven in the New. Protestant copies usually lack the seven books (viz: Tobit, Judith, Wisdom, Sirach, Baruch, and First and Second Maccabees) and parts of books (viz: Esther 10:4-16:24, and Daniel 3:24-90; 13:1-14:42) which are not found in the Jewish editions of the Old Testament.”

  5. depends on bible but around 72? in catholic bibile. protestant bible has about 66,depending if having apocrypha or not.

  6. 30. Jeremiah29. IsaiahThe complete Bible has been referred to as the Divine Library (Lat., Bibliotheca Divina), made up of 66 officially cataloged (canonical) books.

  7. 73 for Catholics (66 for protestants.) Written by 40 authors, 1500 year span, 3 languages, and in 3 continents.

  8. 17. TobitPart of the myth that Catholics are not Christians is that we put no importance on the Bible. Myths are contradictory or have more than one form, some say that we are forbidden to read it. Because the reason for many of the twentieth century innovations in (American) Christianity are Bible based and because Catholics obviously, by observation or rumor, reject them, it is concluded we ignore the Bible. The truth is that we read the Bible in a very conservative way and do not find “new things” in it that have been ignored (or interpreted more benignly) in the past. We hold that no one passage trumps the rest of scripture or divine revelation. Many people don’t know that meat comes from animals and fruit from trees. Do not be surprisedd the are unfamiliar with the history of Christianity and the Bible. The literal meaning of the text is the basis for all meaning in the Bible. Parts of the Bible are fiction, fable, and myth. It is not a science textbook. It is inerrant with respect to matters of faith and morals. An irresponsible understanding scripture is without merit or consequence no matter how fervent the one who holds it.

  9. 27. Wisdom5. DeuteronomyRE:The Bible is written in 47 books. The gift of the Holy Spirit, which assisted the human authors to write a book so that it has God as it’s author and teaches faithfully the saving truth without error.

  10. A very simple way to find out the Truth, very painfully, is to go to Saudi Arabia carrying a non-Wahabi Quran.The Catholic Bible has 73 Books while the Protestant Bible has 66.Heck I’ll get in on it too.Genesis16. 2 TimothySophoniasFor the best answers, search on this site are 72 total31. LamentationsNahum23. PsalmsMicheasOsee10. EphesiansThe Deuterocanonical books were not added to the Bible at the council of Trent like many opponents to them say. Christians always considered them part of the Bible. The Latin Vulgate which was written in 400 A.D. by Jerome, included the Deuterocanonical books. Their formal acceptance happened at Trent as a response to the Reform. This was the first time the Deuterocanonical books were called into serious question.41. Nahum2 Paralipomenon

  11. Old Testament : 46LamentationsMatthew2 ThessaloniansLuke43. Zephaniah23. 1 John24. 2 [email protected] sand s: dare to speak the truth that there are hundred thousand versions of the quran?1 JohnMark[/DELDUP]7. 1 Corinthians40. MicahRuth1 CorinthiansCatholic Christian †

  12. 12. ColossiansDuring Jesus’ time there were two Old Testament’s in use. There was the Palestinian canon (written in Hebrew) , which is identical to the Protestant Old Testament, and there was the Alexandrian canon (written in Greek) also known as the Septuagint, which is identical to the Catholic Old Testament. Comparisons of the Septuagint and the Dead Sea Scrolls indicates that an accurate “eyewitness” exists to the Septuagint. Jesus quotes the Septuagint in 80% of his Old Testament references. The Septuagint was the Scripture of Jesus’ time. It has the order of Bible books that we find in modern Bibles, the Palestinian canon has a completely different order.My question is who decided that these changes be made to “God’s Book”?

  13. area of the myth that Catholics are no longer Christians is that we positioned no magnitude on the Bible. Myths are contradictory or have greater desirable than one kind, some say that we are forbidden to examine it. through fact the reason of many of the 20 th century innovations in (American) Christianity are Bible based and because Catholics of course, via remark or rumor, reject them, it extremely is concluded we forget approximately suitable to the Bible. the fact is that we examine the Bible in an extremely conservative way and don’t locate “new issues” in it that have been handed over (or interpreted greater benignly) interior the previous. We carry that no person passage trumps something of scripture or divine revelation. a lot of people do no longer understand that meat comes from animals and fruit from timber. don’t be surprisedd the are unfamiliar with the history of Christianity and the Bible. The literal meaning of the text fabric is the muse for all meaning interior the Bible. areas of the Bible are fiction, myth, and myth. this is not any longer a technology textbook. it extremely is inerrant with understand to concerns of religion and morals. An irresponsible expertise scripture is without advantage or effect no remember how fervent the only that holds it.

  14. LeviticusCanticles3. Leviticus3 KingsThe Roman Vulgate is the most authentic source for the word of God, the latter includes both the Old Testament and the New Testament.45. Zechariah14. 2 Chronicles11. Philippians32. BaruchTobias *22. JobThey’ll seize the copy and burn it and give you 200 lashes on the spot for the first offense. If you survive that and still insist on being foolhardy, well, you’ll literally lose your head over it.

  15. 35. Hosea66 unless you use a Catholic bible which has more books in it. You may have come up with fewer if you didn’t count books like first and second Corinthians as two separate books.

  16. Catholic Bible 732 Machabees *27 in the New Testament, 39 in the Old Testament of the King James Version of the Holy Bible, which is the most correct translation of the Bible in print today. 66 books total.

  17. ExodusMost protestant religions use the King James Bible which contains 66 booksDeuteronomy4. Numbers2 EsdrasThe Alexandrian and Palestinian canons were almost identical except the Septuagint contained the seven Deuterocanonical books, which Protestants call the Apocrypha. (“Canon” means the list of books) The Apostles and the early Church including the early Church fathers used the Septuagint. The African Synod’s of Hippo (393 AD) and Carthage (397 AD) also approved it.Philippians13. 1 ThessaloniansNote that the 90AD council of Jamnia is a Jewish council and anti-christian. It could not canonized a christian bible.

  18. To name a few: The Warsh quran, Qalun quran, al-Bazzi quran, Qunbul quran, al-Duri quran, al-Suri quran, Hisham quran, Ibn Dhakwan quran, Khalaf quran, Khallad quran, al-Duri quran, Abu’l-Harith quran, Hafs quran, Ibn `Ayyash quran, Ibn Wardan quran, Ibn Jamaz quran, Ruways quran, Rawh quran, Ishaq quran, Idris al-Haddad Quran and so on and so forth.HabacucJosue8. RuthThis is something most Protestants are not taught……….24. ProverbsAbdiasThere are 66 books in the Bible.

  19. Authentic answer is 73 by SLxx.Ecclesiasticus *6. Joshua46. MalachiDear Prophet – You will find a list of them in the front of your bible.

  20. Originally, those WERE each considered a single book. They were split up to facilitate studying them.

  21. EzechielNew TestamentIsaiasEastern Orthodox Old Testament (51 books)17. TitusRomansNumbersActs of Apostles3 John38. Obadiah27 New TestamentThere was not a published Bible before the Reformation that did not contain the Deuteros

  22. The Catholic Bible contains 72 books1 Esdras2 KingsMartin Luther removed them from his version, (he also wanted to pull the Books of James and Revelation). Evangelicals like to say the Deuteros are unbiblical. If the Deuteros were in the Bible from the beginning, which is what history reveals, then I would say they are biblical by their very definition. And this is why those who hold that they are unbiblical are really saying is that they have rejected them because they Deuteros support the Catholic position on Purgatory and praying for the souls there. There is no single text corpus called The Septuagint (LXX). There are actually several families and the vast majority of them are Christian in origin well after the 1st Century.The Deuterocanonical books were in virtually all of the Christian collections of the time. That is the point that counts. When Christians collected the OT in the first 3 centuries AD, they INVARIABLY used the LXX and included some if not all of the deuteros and sometimes included other works that considered apocryphal. There are several codices (bound books) from the early Church which appear to have been created by Imperial edict right after the Council of Nicea in 325. Also there are lists of books from the 2nd Century ( the Muratorian Fragment) and the testimony of several Fathers to that effect starting with Justin Martyr in150 AD. The Fathers also extensively quoted from the Deuteros from the late 1st Century onwards. Until the mid 4th Century, no one seriously challenged the long OT Canon. The Apostles and the early Church including the early Church fathers used the Septuagint. The African Synod’s of Hippo (393 AD) and Carthage (397 AD) also approved it. Jesus quotes the Septuagint in 80% of his Old Testament references. The Septuagint was the Scripture of Jesus’ time. It has the order of Bible books that we find in modern Bibles, the Palestinian canon has a completely different order. The NIV Bible use the Septuagint’s order of books, yet it leaves out some of the books (Deuterocanonical books) . Timeline of the decisions on the books of the Bible (Canon) AD 51-125: The New Testament books are written. AD 140: Marcion, a businessman in Rome, taught that there were two Gods: Yahweh, the cruel God of the Old Testament, and Abba, the kind father of the New Testament. Marcion eliminated the Old Testament as Scriptures and, since he was anti-Semitic, kept from the New Testament only 10 letters of Paul and 2/3 of Luke’s gospel. Marcion’s “New Testament”, the first to be compiled, forced the mainstream Church to decide on a core canon: the four Gospels and Letters of Paul. AD 200: The periphery of the canon is not yet determined. According to one list, compiled at Rome. AD 200 (the Muratorian Canon), the NT consists of the 4 gospels; Acts; 13 letters of Paul (Hebrews is not included); 3 of the 7 General Epistles (1-2 John and Jude); and also the Apocalypse of Peter. AD 367: The earliest extant list of the books of the NT, in exactly the number and order in which we presently have them, is written by Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria,. 382 –Council of Rome. Listed the New Testament books in their present number and order. 393 A.D. –the Council of Hippo, which began “arguing it out.” Canon proposed by Bishop Athanasius. AD 397: The Council of Carthage, which refined the canon for the Western Church, sending it back to Pope Innocent for ratification. 787 A.D. The Ecumenical Council of Nicaea II, which adopted the canon of Carthage. At this point, both the Latin West and the Greek / Byzantine East had the same canon. AD 1442: At the Council of Florence, the entire Church recognized the 27 books. This council confirmed the Roman Catholic Canon of the Bible which Pope Damasus I had published a thousand years earlier. So, by 1439, all orthodox branches of the Church were legally bound to the same canon. This is 100 years before the Reformation. AD 1536: In his translation of the Bible from Greek into German, Luther removed 4 N.T. books (Hebrews, James, Jude, and Revelation) and placed them in an appendix saying they were less than canonical. AD 1546: At the Council of Trent, the Catholic Church reaffirmed once and for all the full list of 27 books. The council also confirmed the inclusion of the Deuterocanonical books which had been a part of the Bible canon since the early Church and was confirmed at the councils of 393 AD, 373, 787 and 1442 AD.

  23. There are 73 books in the Catholic Bible, which was the original number compiled and codified by the Catholic church in the 4th century when it was decided which books would be going into the Bible; and was the first time the Bible had been assembled as a single volume. Interestingly, many Protestant Bibles contained all 73 books until well after the Reformation, including the KJV, which had all 73 books until the mid-19th century. Fundamentalists like Chris try to revise history in a failed attempt to dismiss Catholics and give themselves more ‘legitimacy’… however, no reputable historian or theologian buys into their nonsense.

  24. 27. Revelation39. Jonah2. Mark33. Ezekiel1. MatthewI agree with the Catholoics; see Dead Sea Scrolls for tiebreaker.

  25. People get to decide for themselves what they consider to be sacred. If you want to know why there are differences, you can find the history pretty easily and decide for yourself which arguments you find most convincing.44. Haggai

  26. Get out a Bible and count. There should be 66. Unless you count First and Second Kings as a single book. Or First and Second Chronicles. Or First and Second Samuel.42. HabakkukGood question. Many people refer to the Bible like it’s just one book. But it’s not. It’s a collection of about 66 books.

  27. Psalms13. 1 Chronicles19. Esther36. JoelOld Testament14. 2 ThessaloniansDitto on “Tebone0315” ‘s answer. God Bless you.

  28. 15. 1 TimothyThe Bible is just one book of myths and feel-good stories to make people feel safe by discriminating against others.

  29. 20. JamesEvangelicals favour the Palestinian canon because it is the one that the Jews ratified in 90 AD at the Jewish (non-Christian) Council of Jamnia. Catholics feel that this Jewish council was not binding by God because God’s authority was passed over to Christians at the Pentecost (Acts 2:1) sixty years earlier. Some people question if an actual council occurred at Jamnia but that does not change the premise. The Jews decided reviewed their canon books after the resurrection of our Lord, and those decisions are not at all binding on Christians.

  30. 18. JudithThe Bible contains 66 books: 39 in the Old Testament and 27 in the New Testament

  31. Some Eastern Orthodox Bibles contain 86 booksGalatians26. Jude2 CorinthiansPhilemonZachariasWhich bible? Christian 56.

  32. 21. 1 PeterI don’t know..but I do know that there are more books in the Catholic Bible than are in the protestant Bible…and the Catholics even left out some books. With all the changes in the Bible..who knows what the real scriptures really said!!

  33. There are 73 just like Tebone said from the old Testament there are 46 from the new there are 27There are 39 books in the OT and there are 27 books in the NT.21. 2 MaccabeesProtestant Bible 66.28. Sirach37. AmosProtestant Old Testament (39 books)EstherJoelThat means that there are 66 books in the whole BIble.

  34. Titus73 books, The Catholic Church compiled the bible with the guidance of the Holy Spirit. All bibles today are all derived from the original bible that the Catholic Church compiled. Protestants have removed 7 books, the Deutrocanicals

  35. Also, The following verses differ between the Warsh version (popular in Africa) and the Hafs versions (popular in Middle East) of the Quran: 7:57, 9:37, 2:259, 3:81, 6:96, 1:4, 2:140, 2:125, 3:146, 2:132, 91:15, 2:132, 3:133, 5:45, 2:139, 3:81, 2:259, 2:214, 2:9, 2:184 & 28:48.25. EcclesiastesThere are 73 books in the complete Holy Bible. But if you use a KJV of the Bible there are only 66. The Protestants removed 7 books.Anyhow, I think you’re wrong about the early Christians. There were plenty of other books that Christians took seriously and thought to be inspired, but these were not collected into an official Bible New Testament as far as I know. Mostly the earlier canons were shorter.

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