اسفار کتاب مقدس
اسفار کتاب مقدس سے مراد وہ تمام کتابیں اور صحائف شامل ہیں جو کتاب مقدس میں شامل ہیں۔ کتاب مقدس دو حصوں میں منقسم ہے، عہد نامہ قدیم اور عہد نامہ جدید۔ عہد نامہ قدیم میں حضرت عیسیٰ علیہ السلام سے پہلے پہلے کے انبیاء کے صحائف اور کتابیں شامل ہیں، عہد نامہ جدید انجیل اور اس کے بعد کے صحائف پر مشتمل ہیں۔
کتب عبرانی بائبل / پرانا عہد نامہ[ترمیم]
Empty table cells indicate that a book is absent from that canon.
Several of the books in the Eastern Orthodox canon are also found in the appendix to the Latin Vulgate, formerly the official Bible of the Roman Catholic Church.
Books in the Appendix to the Vulgate Bible
|Name in Vulgate
||Name in Eastern Orthodox use
|3 Esdras||1 Esdras|
|Prayer of Manasseh||Prayer of Manasseh|
|Psalm of David when he slew Goliath (Psalm 151)||Psalm 151|
نیا عہد نامہ[ترمیم]
اسفار کتاب مقدس[ترمیم]
- ^ The 24 books of the عبرانیBible are the same as the 39 books of the Protestant Old Testament, only divided and ordered differently: the books of the Minor Prophets are in Christian Bibles twelve different books, and in عبرانیBibles, one book called "The Twelve". Likewise, Christian Bibles divide the Books of Kingdoms into four books, either 1-2 Samuel and 1-2 Kings or 1-4 Kings: Jewish Bibles divide these into two books. The Jews likewise keep 1-2 Chronicles/Paralipomenon as one book. Ezra and Nehemiah are likewise combined in the Jewish Bible, as they are in many Orthodox Bibles, instead of divided into two books, as per the Catholic and Protestant tradition.
- ^ 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 This book is part of the Ketuvim, the third section of the Jewish canon. They have a different order in Jewish canon than in Christian canon.
- ^ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 The books of Samuel and Kings are often called First through Fourth Kings in the Catholic tradition, much like the Orthodox.
- ^ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Names in parentheses are the Septuagint names and are often used by the Orthodox Christians.
- ^ 5.0 5.1 Some Eastern Orthodox churches follow the Septuagint and the Hebrew bibles by considering the books of Ezra and Nehemiah as one book.
- ^ 6.0 6.1 The Catholic and Orthodox Book of Esther includes 103 verses not in the Protestant Book of Esther.
- ^ 7.0 7.1 The Latin Vulgate, Douay-Rheims, and Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition place First and Second Maccabees after Malachi; other Catholic translations place them after Esther.
- ^ In Greek Bibles, 4 Maccabees is found in the appendix.
- ^ Eastern Orthodox churches include Psalm 151 and the Prayer of Manasseh, not present in all canons.
- ^ 10.0 10.1 In Catholic Bibles, Baruch includes a sixth chapter called the Letter of Jeremiah. Baruch is not in the Protestant Bible or the Tanakh.
- ^ Britannica 1911
- ^ Eastern Orthodox Bibles have the books of Baruch and the Letter of Jeremiah separate.
- ^ Hebrew (minority view); see Letter of Jeremiah for details.
- ^ 14.0 14.1 In Catholic and Orthodox Bibles, Daniel includes three sections not included in Protestant Bibles. The Prayer of Azariah and Song of the Three Holy Children are included between Daniel 3:23-24. Susanna is included as Daniel 13. Bel and the Dragon is included as Daniel 14. These are not in the Protestant Old Testament.
- ^ Eusebius, Ecclesiastical History, Book 3, Chapter 39.15-16
- ^ Hieronymous (St Jerome), Eusebius Sophronius (1999). On Illustrious Men (Fathers of the Church). The Catholic University of America Press. p. 200. ISBN 978-0-8132-0100-9.
- ^ Philip Schaff (editors), Church Fathers; Alexander Roberts, James Donaldson (1994). The Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers. Series II, Volume VI: Jerome, Letters and Select Works. Hendrickson. p. 8000. ISBN 978-1-56563-116-8.
- ^ Contemporary scholars believe the Hebrews to have been written in Greek, though a minority believe it was originally written in Hebrew, then translated into Greek by Luke. See Wikipedia's عہد نامہ جدید article.
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