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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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1 Intro, A,4| are to be understood those books written by the holy Prophets 2 Intro, A,4| inspired” They~are divided into books of the Old Testament and 3 Intro, A,4| the Old Testament and the books of the New Testament.~The 4 Intro, A,4| The Church recognizes 38 books of the Old Testament. After 5 Intro, A,4| Testament.), several of these books are joined to form~a single 6 Intro, A,4| the number to twenty-two books, according to the number 7 Intro, A,4| alphabet. (The 22canonicalbooks of the Old Testament are: 8 Intro, A,4| Christian Faith, p. 375) These books, which were entered at some 9 Intro, A,4| meaning with reference to the books of Scripture,~and thus must 10 Intro, A,4| world the “non-canonicalbooks of the Old Testament are~ 11 Intro, A,4| be printed without~these books. In the Roman Catholic Church 12 Intro, A,4| century the “non-canonicalbooks have been called “Deuterocanonical”~— 13 Intro, A,4| include the “non-canonicalbooks, they are placed together 14 Intro, A,4| the end of the canonical books; but in older printings~ 15 Intro, A,4| canonical and non-canonical books, see for example~the Slavonic 16 Intro, A,4| group of “non-canonicalbooks — that is, those which were 17 Intro, A,4| the sacred Old Testament books. (The~“non-canonical” books 18 Intro, A,4| books. (The~“non-canonicalbooks of the Old Testament accepted 19 Intro, A,4| originals of most of the books, and most of the books and 20 Intro, A,4| the books, and most of the books and most of the books were~ 21 Intro, A,4| the books and most of the books were~composed only in the 22 Intro, A,4| Christ. The “non-canonicalbooks of the Old Testament are: 23 Intro, A,4| of Sirach, Baruch, Three Books of~Maccabees, the Epistle 24 Intro, A,4| Church accepts~these latter books also as useful and instructive 25 Intro, A,4| The Church includes these books in a single volume of the 26 Intro, A,4| together with the canonical~books. As a source of the teaching 27 Intro, A,4| appendix to the canonical books. Certain of them are so 28 Intro, A,4| to~the Divinely-inspired books that, for example, in the 29 Intro, A,4| Canon lists the canonical books of the Old~and New Testaments.) 30 Intro, A,4| New Testaments.) the three books of Maccabees and the book 31 Intro, A,4| together with the canonical books, and, concerning all of 32 Intro, A,4| canonical and non-canonical books of the Old Testament~has 33 Intro, A,4| recognizes twenty-seven canonical books of the New Testament. (These 34 Intro, A,4| the New Testament. (These books~are: the Four Gospels of 35 Intro, A,4| Evangelist.)~Since the sacred books of the New Testament were 36 Intro, A,4| strict watch lest among the books of~apostolic origin there 37 Intro, A,4| the so-calledapocryphabooks, which for the most~part 38 Intro, A,4| in distinguishing these books, even~though they might 39 Intro, A,4| frequently entered certain~books into their lists with reservations, 40 Intro, A,4| incomplete list of the Sacred Books. This was unavoidable and 41 Intro, A,4| Canon, enumerated all~of the books of the New Testament without 42 Intro, A,4| the Great names all of the books of the New Testament without 43 Intro, A,4| and names of the canonical books of the New Testament. These 44 Intro, A,4| Jerusalem also enumerates the books of~the New Testament without 45 Intro, A,4| canon of the New Testament books of Sacred Scripture~was 46 Intro, A,5| G.A. Williamson, Penguin Books, Baltimore, 1965) where 47 Intro, A,5| the~canon of the sacred books of the Old and New Testaments;~• 48 Intro, A,5| our certainty that all the books of Sacred~Scripture have 49 Intro, A,9| content of the Divine service books we make ourselves~firmer 50 Intro, B,1| The symbolical books.~The interpretations of 51 Intro, B,1| makes use, as symbolical books, of those two~expositions 52 Intro, B,1| second millennium.~These books are: The Confession of the 53 I, 1,8 | Church, Eastern Orthodox Books, Willits, California, 1971, 54 I, 2,6 | significance many times in the books of~the Old Testament. Such 55 II, 3,5 | well known, the prophetic books speak~often; the Apostle 56 II, 3,5 | Indeed, turning to the books of Sacred Scripture, we 57 II, 3,5 | Romans (ch. 8), and other books. On this foundation the 58 II, 3,5 | such names in the canonical books: Michael (which means “Who 59 II, 3,5 | name in the non-canonical books: Raphael (“The Help of God”; 60 II, 5,3 | God. Therefore, the~sacred books of the Old Testament are 61 II, 6,2 | prophecies appear in the~books of the so-called major and 62 II, 6,2 | translation of the sacred books of the Hebrews~had been 63 II, 6,6 | Saviour.~In the prophetic books of the Old Testament, and 64 II, 6,7 | Ever-Virgin Mary, the Church books very~frequently call her 65 II, 7,5 | peoples” (Eastern Orthodox~Books ed., p. 50).~The Church 66 II, 8,5 | miracles recorded in the holy books, and in particular~the transformation 67 App, 4 | encountered in the sacred books both the Old Testament ( 68 App, 4 | in two of the Apocryphal books: the Wisdom of Solomon and 69 App, 4 | The very titles of the books, the “Wisdom” of Solomon 70 App, 4 | In other Old Testament books separate episodes are cited~ 71 App, 4 | Solomon,~The above-named books introduce us to the direction 72 App, 5,4 | included in the~divine service books. It is true that, until 73 App, 5,4 | saints in~other liturgical books. During the Synodal period, 74 App, 5,4 | and~in the printed church books permission is required to 75 App, 5,6 | world cannot contain the books of their names that~could

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