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You are invited to join us for a Bible study on the Apocrypha, a group of writings that is found between the Old and New Testaments in some Bibles, but not in all Bibles! We will look at how these writings came to be accepted, who accepted them, and what it means for us in our desire to deepen our relationship with God and with each other.
This is a four-session class, with classes held by Zoom on Wednesdays, April 29, May 6th, 13th and 20th. You can join in the discussion at
here at 12:15 PM
(after midday prayer) or at
here at 5:30 PM
Do you have the Apocrypha?
Here’s how to tell:
The title will generally say “______ Bible with the Apocrypha” or, “______Bible with the Deuterocanonical Books”
Look at the Table of Contents for books after the book of Malachi (the last book of the Old Testament) and before Matthew (the first book of the New Testament).
Look for the Book of Tobit or Judith (these are part of the Apocrypha).
If none of these conditions apply to your Bible, then you don’t have the Apocrypha! You still access this part of the Bible for free online at
. If you wish to purchase a copy, here are examples of what is available on
NRSV Apocrypha Text Edition $13.39
Holy Bible with the Apocrypha $16.57
Good News Bible With Deuterocanonicals/Apocrypha-GNT $7.99
And, even if you are not able to access the Apocrypha, you will find it interesting to hear about this little-known part of the Bible!
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Which time do you prefer?
- Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
- Wednesdays at 5:30PM
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