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The Law and ProphetsEdit
- 1 Samuel
- 2 Samuel
- 1 Kings
- 2 Kings
- 1 Chronicles
- 2 Chronicles
- Esther (Hebrew)
- Psalms (Hebrew)
- Song of Songs
The New TestamentEdit
The following books are non-canonical to Judaism, but are part of the biblical canon of all mainstream Christian denominations, including Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox churches.
Deuterocanonicals and ApocryphaEdit
The following books are part of the biblical canon in some Christian denominations, but are rejected by other denominations. In particular these works are generally either accepted by Catholic and Orthodox churches but rejected by Protestants, or are canonical in the Ethiopian Orthodox church but rejected in all other mainstream denominations.
Some denominations, such as the Church of England, consider these books to be valuable religious writings despite not considering them to be part of biblical canon.
Accepted by CatholicismEdit
The following books are part of the biblical canon in Catholic, Orthodox, and Assyrian Churches.
- Greek Esther
- 1 Maccabees (Not accepted by Tewahedo)
- 2 Maccabees (Not accepted by Tewahedo)
- Wisdom of Solomon
- Wisdom of Jesus Son of Sirach (Ecclesiasticus)
- Letter of Jeremiah (Baruch Chapter 6)
- Additions to Daniel see Daniel
Accepted by OrthodoxyEdit
The following books are part of the biblical canon in all Orthodox and Assyrian Churches
Accepted by Orthodox TewahedoEdit
The following books are part of the biblical canon in Orthodox Tewahedo Churches only.
- 1 Enoch
- 2 Esdras (4 Esdras)
- 1 Meqabyan
- 2 Meqabyan
- 3 Meqabyan
- 4 Baruch
The following books are part of the broader canon in Orthodox Tewahedo Churches.
- Ser'atä Seyon (Sinodos)
- Te'ezaz (Sinodos)
- Gessew (Sinodos)
- Abtelis (Sinodos)
- Book of the Covenant 1
- Book of the Covenant 2
- Ethiopic Clement
- Ethiopic Didescalia
Accepted by Some ChurchesEdit
The following books are part of the biblical canon in various different Orthodox and Assyrian Churches.
- 3 Maccabees (Eastern Orthodox, Syriac Orthodox, and Church of the East)
- 1 Esdras (3 Esdras) (Eastern Orthodox and Orthodox Tewahedo)
- Letter of Baruch (Syriac Orthodox and Church of the East)
- Odes (Eastern Orthodox)
- Psalms (Syriac) (Syriac Orthodox)
- 2 Baruch (Syriac Orthodox)
- 4 Maccabees (Appendixed in some Orthodox Churches)
- Psalms of Solomon (Appendixed in some Orthodox Churches)
Rejected by Modern ChurchesEdit
The following books have been listed among the biblical canon in some historical writings, but are not considered canonical by any contemporary Christian denomination.
- 5 Maccabees
- 6 Maccabees
- 7 Maccabees
- 8 Maccabees
- 9 Maccabees
- 2 Enoch
- 3 Enoch
- Prayer of Solomon
- Paralipomena of Baruch
- 3 Baruch
- Acts of Paul
- Corinthians to Paul
- Translation:3 Corinthians
- Apocalypse of Peter
- 1 Clement
- 2 Clement
- The Shepherd of Hermas
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