People who deal with reading the word of God always wonder how many books the evangelical Christian Bible has. This falls between the Old Testament and the New Testament. It is important to mention that this practice became standardized among Protestants from 1825.
How many books does the evangelical Christian Bible have?
The Bible considered canon of the Protestants, is composed of 39 books in relation to the Old Testament. It is directly related to the Jewish canon of the Tanakh, which is known as the protocanonical books.
On the other hand, there are the 27 books of the New Testament, which indicates that the books that the evangelical Christian Bible has, are a total of 66 books. Its standardization among Protestants was from the year 1825. Thanks to the British and Foreign Society.
This type of canonization of books is contrasted with that of the 73 canon books that the Catholic religion possesses. This is because they have 7 deuterocanonical books, made up of the Old Testament.
The evangelical bible is composed of books related to the deuterocanonical Old Testament. This is because it is characterized by having a Tanakh canon. Despite this, historically it was not always considered that way. The so-called bear bible had the deuterocanonicals that are located under the order of the catholic bible.
On the other hand, the pitcher bible places the deuterocanonicals, which is found in a separate section of the Old Testament and the New Testament. It is since 1862 that revisions began, carried out in the United Bible Societies, and an elimination of the Reina Valera of the aforementioned books took place.
The evangelical bible does not have many menus of explanatory notes. This is because the reader when reading the information framed in the bible is inspired by the Holy Spirit. That is why a freedom of interpretation is created. (See the article on the power of prayer)
However, there is one exception, this is from the LDS Edition, which comes from the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This issue has explanations and a summary of each of the chapters reflected, under the Mormon slopes.
The Scofield Reference Bible also has explanatory annotations. It was done by theologian and Bible student Cyrus Ingerson Scofield. It was first published in the year 1909. Under the King James Bible English language.
On the other hand, the Scofield Bible in the Spanish language is totally influenced by the Reina Valera version of 1960. The Scofield Bible is related to the Spanish version and is influenced by the theology of the churches presented by Hispanics.
The bible is characterized by being a set of books, cataloged as canonical. For Jews and Christians, it is the product of divine inspiration. This is the reliable proof for believers of the relationship that humans have with God.
In a span of twenty-one centuries. An estimated five billion copies of a Bible copy have been made. This allows you to get the category of being the best selling book in history. It is also considered the book that generates the greatest influence on the population.
Gutenberg’s Bible is known to have been the first printed on a printing press. The May 2007 issue of Time magazine confirms that the Bible is related to literary construction, entertainment, history and culture.
It has a global influence that has no equals. In addition to this, it is still in force, without any symptoms of diminishing. It is considered that the approximate sale is one hundred million copies. It was translated into at least 2454 languages. (See Article: Prayer request to God )
The bible is a word that originates from the Latin and the Greek expression holy books. It was handled this way for the first time in deuerocanonical Maccabees 12:9. Some believe that its name comes from the diminutive of the city of Byblos. Post this was an important papyrus market town in ancient times.
However, Byblos can hardly be borrowed from the city’s original Phoenician name Gubla. This expression was used by the Hebrews of Hellenized origin, that is, the Hebrews who were in Greek cities.
These were in these areas long before the birth of Jesus. Since they referred to the Tanach or Old Testament in this way. After that, it begins with the use of the word by Christians. Put in this way they referred to the set of books that made up the Old Testament.
On the other hand, it also began with the denomination of the Bible to the books of the gospel and the apostolic letters that make up the New Testament. Later in Latin it was used as a holy bible, which means holy books. Through Latin it was derived to most of the modern languages.
Who are the evangelicals?
Evangelicals, also known as Protestants. They are considered a variety of churches that have somewhat different origins. In addition to this, they do not all have the same beliefs and forms of organization, apart from the belief in a supreme being and that of his son Jesus Christ (See Article: Psalm 91 of the bible a Night Prayer )
On the other hand, everyone agrees on the ideas related to the beginning of the Protestant Reformation, which was led by the German friar Martin Luther. This made a movement against the beliefs and control maintained by the Roman Catholic Church.
Currently Protestants and Catholics contain different ways of believing and worshiping God. This event changed the way of understanding religion in Europe and in turn brought with it consequences related to political, social and economic movements that reformed the old continent.
The evangelical church does not constitute a single institution, this issue must be kept in mind. They are made up of a diversity of organizations that can be classified into currents that call themselves denominations.
Each of the denominations has its own descriptions and exponents. That is, they contain different ways of interpreting the Bible, the only text that is considered sacred for evangelicals.
It should be mentioned that the denominations are not a formal structural classification. Rather, they are just a way of naming and categorizing the beliefs held by each ecclesiastical institution.
This type of Protestant evangelicals originate in the 19th century, in the United States. This type of Christian movement sought to rescue spiritual manifestations. Specifically of the first disciples of Jesus.
That is why they handle the ability to prophesy, speak in languages that are no longer used and are categorized as unknown and heal those who get sick within the churches that act under these beliefs.
This type of ecclesiastical movement is one of the most recent denominations. However, it was quickly replicated in other countries in the developing 20th century. That is why it is considered one of the fastest growing evangelical denominations in Latin America.
It has been estimated that there are multiple subdivisions of this type of denomination. Which in turn have different variants in each country that develops it as a religion. (See Article: Night Prayer Psalm 4 )
Despite this, its broad features are classified as classical category Pentecostals. In addition to this, it has a liturgy and they have conservative systems. On the other hand, there are neo-Pencostal elements that contain more modern elements.
In Latin American countries such as Chile, there are no exact data in this regard, but it is estimated that there are 80% Evangelicals of the Pentecostal category. This type of religious movement is so broad that it can include traditional such as street preachers such as celebrities and footballers, belonging to this.
There is another movement called data freak. Its characteristics are considered strange by some who are linked to Christianity. This movement was so important that it had a growth and popularity that was replicated in other evangelical and catholic movements. This movement arose after the Second Vatican Council.
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