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How Many Books In The New Testament Catholic

How many Books are in the Catholic Bible.

I would like to see the Books numbered. I need a link to the source. Thanks for your time.

Old Testament:GenesisExodusLeviticusNumbersDeuteronomyJoshuaJudgesRuth1 Samuel2 Samuel1 Kings2 Kings1 Chronicles2 ChroniclesEzraNehemiahTobitJudithEsther1 Maccabees2 MaccabeesJobPsalmsProverbsEcclesiastesSong of SongsWisdomSirachIsaiahJeremiahLamentationsBaruchEzekielDanielHoseaJoelAmosObadiahJonahMicahNahumHabakkukZephaniahHaggaiZechariahMalachiNew Testament:MatthewMarkLukeJohnActsRomans1 Corinthians2 CorinthiansGalatiansEphesiansPhilippiansColossians1 Thessalonians2 Thessalonians1 Timothy2 TimothyTitusPhilemonHebrewsJames1 Peter2 Peter1 John2 John3 JohnJudeRevelationHere is your link:

How many books are in the catholic bible.

new testament,and old testament

73. It is the original bible. The Protestants removed 7 books added several words to several verses, removed several verses.Pastor Art is wrong. The Holy Bible has always had 73 books since the 4th century when it was complied by the Catholic Church under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Even the 1611 KJV had 73 books Horse books for free

Catholic Religion question..Help.

Define the mystery of the trinity and how many books are in the Old Testament? New Testament?

46 books in the Old Testament, 27 in the New. See the link for the listing.The mystery of the Trinity is that there is one God in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.Cheers,Bruce

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 there in the old testament and new testament of the catholic bible..


There are the seventy-two books found in Catholic editions, forty-five in the Old Testament and twenty-seven in the New.

How many places in the old testament,and the new testament,of catholic bible.

73 books in the original bible and still the same number in catholic bibles , those who follow the n.t. must realize that there are verses that can only be found or pointing to in the missing 6 books

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 are in the new testament and old testament combined.

for the catholic bible please.

There are 73 books in the Catholic Bible. 46 in the Old Testament and 27 in the New Testament. In fact, that was the canon for the first 1200 years. In the 1500’s, after the reformation and Protestantism started, the King James Version threw out 7 books of the Old Testament, so the Main Stream Protestant religions have 66 books. The seven books thrown out had to do with origin: Hebrew vs. Greek. But this is beyond your question.

How many books are there in the New Testament.

There are 27 books in the New Testament.….I’ve seen people mention that the number of books in the Bible depends on whether you’re Catholic or Protestant.The Protestant Bible is what we use, while the Catholic Bible has added in the Apocrypha (or deuterocanonical) books, which aren’t considered canon due to it’s historical and theological errors.

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  1. SECTION 7.17. Titus27. Revelation7. Judges23. Psalms25. 3 JohnNew Testament = 27 Books3. LeviticusNew Testament – 27

  2. 27. WisdomOld Testament = 46 Books16. 2 Timothy8. 2 CorinthiansThat is how many since 1546.7. 1 – 43k.I 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!!

  3. 73

  4. 18. Philemon7. Judges10. EphesiansI’m pretty sure it’s 66

  5. 36. Joel + 27 = 73 Books total.16. Nehemiah41. Nahum17. Titus6. RomansThere are more than 3,500 versions of bible in this world.20. James38. Obadiah17. Tobit41. Nahum38. Obadiah25. Ecclesiastes35. Hosea73On deleting 7 books from bible, the Catholics call ‘cult of Christianity’ to the Seventh Day Adventists and Jehovah’s Witnesses.

  6. 29. Isaiah15. 1 Timothy28. SirachThe doctrine of the Holy Trinity states there is one true God who is made up of three separate but equal persons, the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit.15. 1 Timothy46 in the Old testament and 27 in the New testament

  7. 44. HaggaiWHOLE Bible verses deleted in the NIVThere are 27 books in the New Testament.LECTURE SEVENTH.How this works is not fully known and is one the Christian mysteries.13. 1 Chronicles26. Jude17. Titus33. Ezekiel28. SirachMartin 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.

  8. 10. 2 Samuel5. Deuteronomy17. Tobit19. Esther6. RomansThe New Testament: the Gospels according to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, the Acts of the Apostles, the Letters of St. Paul to the Romans, 1 and 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 and 2 Thessalonians, 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon, the Letter to the Hebrews, the Letters of James, 1 and 2 Peter, 1, 2, and 3 John, and Jude, and Revelation (the Apocalypse).18. Judith41. Nahum46 + 27 = 73 Books total.The Protestants adopted the Jewish Canon, which was finalized in around 100AD. The Catholics kept the Canon that Greek Jews had used.43. Zephaniah19. Hebrews40. Micah17. Tobit

  9. 29. IsaiahExamples of Corruption in BibleI think it depends if you are a catholic or a protestant

  10. For more information, see Catechism of the Catholic Church, sections 232 and following:…29. IsaiahBefore 1546, Catholic Bibles had 66 books.Old Testament = 46 Books23. Psalms25. EcclesiastesThe doctrine of the Holy Trinity is shared by most Christian denominations including Roman and Orthodox Catholics, Lutherans, Anglicans, Baptists, Methodists, Presbyterians, Pentecostals, Episcopalians, and the Salvation Army.26. Song of Songsthe catholic bible is a false translation, u shud be readin the King James Version, the only true bible which has 66 books

  11. 25. 3 John4. John8. RuthDuring 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.20. James73

  12. Catholic Bible (Douay-Rheims Version)13. 1 Thessalonians16. 2 Timothy

  13. 26. JudeWhat do you mean “How many places”? How many books? I think 72.

  14. How many Books are in the Catholic Bible?38. Obadiah18. Judith7. 1 Corinthians27 New Testament26. Song of Songs36. Joel2. Exodus6. Joshua39. JonahFor more information go to this link and look for section 120 and following.27. RevelationThe 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.

  15. 5. Deuteronomy+ Books of the Bible +1. MatthewRE:13. 1 ChroniclesYou will find several more books in the Catholic OT called the ‘Apocrypha’ meaning “hidden things”. Protestant do not consider these books to be inspired, although they did print them in most of their Bibles for many years (until this generation) indicating they are merely historical books.10. 2 Samuel32. Baruch6. Joshua22. Job4. Numbers22. Job43. Zephaniah24. ProverbsChristians admitted perversion in bible73

  16. Count them and you just might remember better.With love in Christ.

  17. 11. Philippians40. Micah4. Numbers21. 1 Peter21. 1 Peter15. Ezra27. Wisdom19. Hebrews9. 1 SamuelOld Testament = 46 BooksFor your other questions, Google is your friend.

  18. Protesant: 39 OT + 27 = 66 booksHere’s a more complete rundown (assuming that you know of the 39 books of the Hebrew canon)11. PhilippiansOld Testament – 4622. JobThe Trinity is how we see God. (In three parts.) He is the Father in heaven, watching over us, The Son, experiencing humanity on earth through his son, Jesus Christ, and as the Holy Ghost, his presence among us always. There are 46 books in the Old Testament of the Catholic version of the Bible as a pose to 39 in the Protestant version and there are 27 books in the Catholic and Protestant version of the New Testament.

  19. Good luck.

  20. The major non-Trinitarian churches are Christadelphianism, Christian Science, Jehovah’s Witnesses, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Arian Catholicism, Unitarianism, Nontrinitarianism, and Oneness Pentecostals.

  21. 8. Ruth

  22. Check this site:There are 39 books in the Old Testament.Number of books…73, plus additions to Daniel and Esther

  23. 5. ActsNew Testament = 27 Books32. BaruchHow many “books” (individual documents)?15. Ezra4. Numbers20. James12. Colossians23. 1 John20. 1 Maccabees

  24. 73 all together. There are the 66 books of the Protestant Bible, as well as theseven books of the Apocrypha, which Catholics often refer to as “Dutercanonical” (Literally “Second Canon”). Even though they do provide some good history of what happened between the time of the Old and New Testament, there are errors in them as well, which is why Protestants do not consider them to be inspired. The Catholic Church had them added to their Canon at the Council of Trent, in order to try to “scriptually justify” their doctrine on Purgatory. In one of the books, after a huge battle, a pagan military leader made the statement of how they should take a minute to, “Pray for those who they lost in battle”, and the Catholic Church uses this one isolated text to justify its belief in Purgatory. (I am a former Roman Catholic who does not believe this, mind you, but am just letting you know what they believe).

  25. The 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.27

  26. 42. Habakkuk8. 2 Corinthians7. 1 CorinthiansCorrupted Scriptures in the New Living TranslationNew Testament = 27 Books19. Esther16. 2 Timothy9. GalatiansThe 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.And Chris is wrong, as usual.The Bible means both OT and NT. The Catholic Bible is not much different then other Bibles.

  27. 40. Micah24. Proverbs20. 1 MaccabeesI believe it’s 84.

  28. 43. Zephaniah1. GenesisPart 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.

  29. 7323. 1 Johnthe protestants removed 12 books form the old testiment…

  30. 10. Ephesians11. 1 Kings27 in the New.

  31. http://www.1john57.comOld Testament : 4632. Baruch4. Numbers16. Nehemiah15. Ezra45. Zechariah26. Song of Songs73

  32. Authentic answer is 73 by SLxx.27. Revelation26. Song of Songs10. 2 SamuelThese called RCV version of Bible.16. 2 Timothy15. Ezra39 Old19. Hebrews11. 1 Kings5. Deuteronomy

  33. 31. Lamentations66 in the new king james

  34. 24. Proverbs34. Daniel31. LamentationsIt just 1 big book! Wat the freak are you talking bout?

  35. 14. 2 Thessalonians3. Leviticus22. Jobfor a total of 73.

  36. RE:The verse in the Bible which is closest to “Trinity” and is often quoted by Christian missionaries is the first Epistle of John, chapter 5 verse no 7 “For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word and the Holy Ghost; and these three are one.”Corruption in bible20. James39. Jonah1. Matthew16. Nehemiah44. Haggai13. 1 ThessaloniansNew Testament = 27 BooksI have an M.Div., and I still do not care how many books there are in the Old Testament or the New Testament. It’s unimportant!

  37. Of Faith.31. Lamentations

  38. 2 Johnthe new testament is the same. the old testament of has more books for catholics, which were taken out by king james and his translator, sir francis bacon.14. 2 ThessaloniansJim

  39. 12. 2 Kings5. Acts13. 1 ThessaloniansSeventh Day Adventists and Jehovah’s Witnesses.23. 1 John

  40. 37. Amosthis is unbiased, since i am pagan

  41. 73The mystery of the Trinity is how in the hell they ever convinced anyone to buy that crap.46 OTThe additional 46 are from the Old Testament. There are 7 additional books in the Catholic Bible, then the Protestant OT.4. John11. 1 Kings1. Matthew Revelation25. 3 John20. 1 Maccabees34. Daniel46 + 27 = 73 Books total.

  42. Peace and every blessing

  43. 15. 1 Timothy35. Hosea18. Judith35. Hoseaarea 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.

  44. 8. 2 Corinthians14. 2 ChroniclesFor more information, see the New American Bible: 2 Kingstebone is *nearly* correct. The 4th century synod of Hippo and council of Carthage actually listed *72* books. This was repeated in the 5th or 6th century Decretum Gelasianum, and our oldest complete Latin Vulgate, the 8th century Codex Amiatinus, *also* includes only 72 books. The one that received later approval: Baruch.12. 2 Kings8. 2 Corinthians18. Philemon2. Exodus14. 2 Thessalonians21. 1 Peter26. Jude39. Jonah9. 1 Samuel…21. 2 Maccabees24. Proverbs46 + 27 = 73 Books total.19. Hebrews36. Joel12. Colossians3. Luke25. EcclesiastesFor more information, see the New American Bible: Amos4. John35. HoseaIt was by the apostolic Tradition that the Church discerned which writings are to be included in the list of the sacred books. This complete list is called the canon of Scripture. It includes 46 books for the Old Testament (45 if we count Jeremiah and Lamentations as one) and 27 for the New.91Jim,

  45. 20. 1 Maccabees73

  46. 14. 2 Thessalonians39. Jonah2. Mark

  47. 24. 2 JohnThis is something most Protestants are not taught……….1. GenesisThe 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.“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.”

  48. Acts46. MalachiThere are seven more than the Protestant bible

  49. I always thought the Bible was just one book. At hotels, I only get one, should I be getting more?

  50. With love in Christ.

  51. 34. Daniel45. ZechariahCatholic: 46 OT + 27 NT = 73 booksPapal decree by Pope Damasus that creates the bible: Galatians+ The Trinity +

  52. 9. Galatians3. LeviticusThis Site Might Help You.

  53. 13. 1 Thessalonians21. 2 MaccabeesUnder the influence of the Holy Spirit, the early Christians prayed and struggled over these hints for a couple of centuries. The concept of the Holy Trinity (three equal persons in one God) was mainstream Christianity in 325 C.E. at the Council of Nicaea and our belief is expressed in the Nicene Creed.too many

  54. 17. TobitIn the Revised Standard Version of the Bible (R.S.V.) revised by 32 Christian scholars of the highest eminence backed by 50 different co-operating denominations, this verse which is the keystone of the Christian faith has been removed as an interpolation, as a fabrication and as a concoction. It has not been expunged from the Revised Standard Version of the Bible by the Muslims or by non-Christian scholars, but by 32 Christian scholars of the highest eminence backed by 50 different cooperating denominations as an interpolation, as a concoction and as a fabrication because this verse does not exist in the original manuscript. We Muslims must congratulate the galaxy of D.D.’s (Doctors of Divinity) who have been honest enough to eliminate another lie from the English R.S.V. Bible, thus bringing it closer to the teachings of Islam and the Glorious Qur’an.2. MarkHow many places? There are hundreds, maybe thousands mentioned.30. Jeremiah2. Exodus

  55. 18. Philemon16. Nehemiah28. SirachThere was not a published Bible before the Reformation that did not contain the Deuteros

  56. Second one published at Douay in 1609.11. Philippians10. Ephesians22. 2 Peter36. Joel3. Luke33. EzekielTwo common reasons for NOT considering them inspired is that they were not in the scriptures of Jesus’ day (not found in the Septuagint, also Josephus, a noted Jewish scholar did not list them as part of the Jewish scriptures), and Jesus never quoted from them.

  57. 12. ColossiansFirst Roman Catholic Bible was published at Rheims in…2. Mark37. Amos21. 1 Peter9. 1 Samuel32. Baruch3. Leviticus6. Joshua44. HaggaiEvangelicals 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.Augustine was walking along the seashore trying to figure out the mystery of the Holy Trinity and came up to a little boy. The boy was trying to pour the ocean into a hole in the sand with a seashell. Augustine told the boy what he was doing was impossible. Then the little boy told Augustine that it is also impossible for the mind of man to try to understand the mystery of the Holy Trinity. The little boy turned into an angel and many books are in the Catholic Bible? Old TestamentThis Site Might Help You.7. 1 CorinthiansA question in the religion/spirtuality section that has nothing to do with atheism!

  58. Hello!42. HabakkukThere 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.

  59. 14. 2 Chronicles5. ActsThe trinity was a politcal movement that took place in Nicea around 325 AD. It was a politcal movement in order to combine Christians all over the world .…The Bible does not contain the word Trinity. However, the Holy Trinity is hinted at repeatedly in both the Old and New Testaments. For many biblical references, see:…27. Wisdom17. TitusFor the best answers, search on this site PhilemonWith love in Christ.

  60. There is a story told about St Augustine:13. 1 Chronicles1. Matthew46. Malachi1. GenesisOld Testament = 46 Books3. Luke2. Mark15. 1 Timothy Sirach14. 2 ChroniclesI would like to see the Books numbered. I need a link to the source. Thanks for your time.

  61. There are 72 total24. 2 John18. Judith46. Malachi24. 2 John 2 Chronicleshow many books in all. i dont really want to know each testament. just both combined. thanks!

  62. 73.27 NT6. Romans66.there is 39 in the old testament and 27 in the new testament.

  63. 33. Ezekiel27 books are from the New Testament, and are the exact same as the Protestant Bible.Note that the 90AD council of Jamnia is a Jewish council and anti-christian. It could not canonized a christian bible.

  64. 34. Daniel

  65. 2. Exodus6. Joshua19. Esther2 As we have seen in our former lectures, that faith was the principle of action and of power in all intelligent beings, both in heaven and on earth, it will not be expected that we will, in a lecture of this description attempt to unfold all its effects; neither is it necessary to our purpose so to do; for it would embrace all things in heaven and on earth, and encompass all the creations of God, with all their endless varieties: for no world has yet been framed that was not framed by faith; neither has there been an intelligent being on any of God’s creations who did not get there by reason of faith, as it existed in himself or in some other being; nor has there been a change or a revolution in any of the creations of God but it has been effected by faith: neither will there be a change or a revolution unless it is effected in the same way, in any of the vast creations of the Almighty; for it is by faith that the Deity works.

  66. 25. 3 John22. 2 PeterThe Papacy of high denomination of Christianity declared that there are 50,000 errors in Holy Bible.

  67. However, if you notice in the bible especially older translations nowhere does it directly say that Jesus and God are the same. It does refer to Jeus Christ over and over again as the son. And why would he pray to himself? He and his father were one IN PURPOSE. He says my will is to do the will of my father. It also says he was created in his likeness. Which how people confuse being alike and being the same being is beyond me. You would never make that mistake in an english or literature class. So people privately interpert in order to come explain the trinity.

  68. 45. Zechariah8. RuthHere is the list:46. Malachi29. Isaiah40. Micah7. Judges

  69. 23. Psalms30. JeremiahCorruption and interpolation in bible exposed.27. Wisdom8. Ruth13. 1 Chronicles45. Zechariah23. Psalms21. 2 MaccabeesThe Catholic Bible has seven more books in the Old Testament than Protestant Bibles. The same number in the New Testament.

  70. 43. Zephaniah12. Colossians31. Lamentations11. Philippians9. 1 Samuel3. Luke42. HabakkukJesus pbuh said in the book of Revelation Chapter 22 Verse 18-19 “. . . If any man shall add to these things (or delete) God shall add unto him the plagues written in this Book.”37. Amos EstherThe Old Testament: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 and 2 Kings, 1 and 2 Chronicles, Ezra and Nehemiah, Tobit, Judith, Esther, 1 and 2 Maccabees, Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, the Song of Songs, the Wisdom of Solomon, Sirach (Ecclesiasticus), Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Baruch, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi.Depends on which set of edits you’ve been told to believe.

  71. THANK GOD!27 New30.…46 in the Old.Parts of Daniel are missing also in the protestant bible I am a Catholic

  72. New testament : 27

  73. 10. Ephesians10. 2 Samuel4. JohnThe Protestants regarded 7 books as ‘apocrypha’ (doubtful authority) and removed them from Bible. (The Book of Judith, The Book of Tobias, The Book of Baruch, The Buck of Esther, etc.)1 In the preceding lectures, we treated of what faith was, and of the object on which it rested; agreeably to our plan we now proceed to speak of its effects:21. 2 Maccabees11. 1 Kings26. Jude44. Haggai

  74. There are 73 total books in the Catholic Bible.Read it to find out. Repent for all sins and seek Jesus now.

  75. For more information, see the New American Bible: Obadiah22. 2 Peter42. Habakkuk1. Genesis41. NahumThe Bible contains 66 books, divided among the Old and New Testaments.With love in Christ.

  76. 30. JeremiahI hope this answers your question. 🙂

  77. 6. Romans23. 1 JohnJust like Protestant Bibles today.

  78. 9. Galatians33. Ezekiel7. Judges12. 2 Kings22. 2 Peter5. Deuteronomy25. Ecclesiastes

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