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Suggestions for Bible Students (Part 3)

Wayne Jackson has written, “It is the epitome of folly to ignore the labors of countless Bible scholars across the centuries who have made available, by means of the printed page, the results of their research.  One of the wonders … Continue reading

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The Apocrypha

The Bible which I use contains 66 books.  These books can be divided into 39 Old Testament books and 27 New Testament books. The Bible that Catholics use contains 73 books.  These books can be divided into 46 Old Testament … Continue reading

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3 Corinthians, Laodiceans, and 3 Peter

Some have worried themselves over whether there are some books missing from the New Testament canon. Three books in particular have been called into question. A Previous Epistle In 1 Corinthians 5:9 Paul writes, “I wrote to you in my epistle … Continue reading

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