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KJV Bible with Apocrypha

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Books & Reference
Last Update
Oct 05, 2019
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The biblical apocrypha denotes the collection of apocryphal ancient books found in some editions of Christian Bibles in a separate section between the Old and New Testaments[1] or as an appendix after the New Testament. Some Christian Churches include some or all of the same texts within the body of their version of the Old Testament.<br><br>Although the term apocryphal had been in use since the 5th century, it was in Luther's Bible of 1534 that the Apocrypha was first published as a separate intertestamental section. To this date, the Apocrypha are "included in the lectionaries of Anglican and Lutheran Churches." Moreover, the Revised Common Lectionary, in use by most mainline Protestants including Methodists and Moravians, lists readings from the Apocrypha in the liturgical kalendar, although alternate Old Testament scripture lessons are provided<br><br>The preface to the Apocrypha in the Geneva Bible explained that while these books "were not received by a common consent to be read and expounded publicly in the Church," and did not serve "to prove any point of Christian religion save in so much as they had the consent of the other scriptures called canonical to confirm the same," nonetheless, "as books proceeding from godly men they were received to be read for the advancement and furtherance of the knowledge of history and for the instruction of godly manners." Later, during the English Civil War, the Westminster Confession of 1647 excluded the Apocrypha from the canon and made no recommendation of the Apocrypha above "other human writings", and this attitude towards the Apocrypha is represented by the decision of the British and Foreign Bible Society in the early 19th century not to print it (see below). Today, "English Bibles with the Apocrypha are becoming more popular again" and they are often printed as intertestamental books.<br><br>The seven books which comprise the Protestant Apocrypha, first published as such in Luther's Bible (1534) are considered canonical Old Testament books by the Catholic Church, affirmed by the Council of Rome (AD 382) and later reaffirmed by the Council of Trent; they are also considered canonical by the Eastern Orthodox Church and are referred to as anagignoskomena per the Synod of Jerusalem. The Anglican Communion accepts "the Apocrypha for instruction in life and manners, but not for the establishment of doctrine (Article VI in the Thirty-Nine Articles)", and many "lectionary readings in The Book of Common Prayer are taken from the Apocrypha", with these lessons being "read in the same ways as those from the Old Testament". The first Methodist liturgical book, The Sunday Service of the Methodists, employs verses from the Apocrypha, such as in the Eucharistic liturgy. The Protestant Apocrypha contains three books (1 Esdras, 2 Esdras and the Prayer of Manasseh) that are accepted by many Eastern Orthodox Churches and Oriental Orthodox Churches as canonical, but are regarded as non-canonical by the Catholic Church and are therefore not included in modern Catholic Bibles.<br><br>Feature of KJV Bible with Apocrypha app<br>1. KJV Bible with Apocrypha<br>2. Navigate between books and chapters easily<br>3. Beautiful design and great user experiences<br>4. Track your progress reading book easily<br>5. Share nice verses with beautiful background image.<br>6. Clickable links to verses!<br>7. Highlight/underline part of commentary<br>8. Add notes/bookmarks

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Mr. Str8Skeelz
Nov 21, 2019

A Bible isn't much of a Bible if there is no search button. It's hard to believe that step would be to much to add.

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About KJV Bible with Apocrypha

Developed by Tuong The Nghia.

KJV Bible with Apocrypha is ranking in   Books & Reference

Last update was at Oct 05, 2019and the current version is 1.0.

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KJV Bible with Apocrypha have a 8a user reviews.

KJV Bible with Apocrypha was released in the App Store. It is developed by Tuong The Nghia, who have also released the following apps.

KJV Bible with Apocrypha has 8 user reviews.​

KJV Bible with Apocrypha has an average rating of 4.1. ​The latest version of KJV Bible with Apocrypha 1.0​ ​​was ​released on Oct 05, 2019​.

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