Why Did The Vatican Remove 14 Books From The Bible in 1684?

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  1. HLA KHINE says:

    THANKS FOR YOUR ATTEMPT AT BEING TRUTHFUL AND EXPLAIN THE INCIDENCES AS IT HAPPENED AND FOR TRYING TO MAINTAIN THE FACTS AS IT THEY AREAND FOR BEING COMPLETELY NEUTRAL IN THIS MATTER.

  2. HLA KHINE says:

    THANKS FOR YOUR ATTEMPT AT BEING TRUTHFUL AND EXPLAIN THE INCIDENCES AS IT HAPPENED AND FOR TRYING TO MAINTAIN THE FACTS AS IT THEY ARE AND FOR BEING COMPLETELY NEUTRAL IN THIS MATTER.

  3. nthk4u says:

    Solomon is saying that these are the sort of things that the ungodly would reason to themselves; see Verse 1. But it is indeed mysterious that he seems to have been foretelling the story of Jesus.

  4. Haleem says:

    There is no way we can prove this quotes here by themselves are authentic.
    Salmon was indeed a pious prophet. He was just … He was a role model… So was Jesus. So was Mohamed pbuh.
    All that speaks bad of any of them are simply adulterated and forged writtings by sick people who not only NOT have a religion but are also desperate to justify their sick thoughts.

    • Rez says:

      Your are seriously mistaken! Solomon was not always pious prophet because the many concubines and wives he had turned his heart from the true God. But before he became corrupt he walked with the Lord. So, he can not be considered a role model. Jesus in the other hand was the only man who was spotless during His whole life. He is also God incarnate Who should not be compared to Mohammed who was a mere impostor.

  5. Ok says:

    The writer of this article is a daff. He lacks knowledge and insight

    • oknazevad says:

      Hell, he utterly lacks facts. The KJV translation of 1611 was hardly the first English translation. And catholic bibles include the books mentioned. All of them. This fool is a liar.

  6. Gayla says:

    Wrong, they remain in Catholic Bibles, but not in Protestant Bibles. Martin Luther was the one who felt they were not worthy, Not the Vatican.

  7. E says:

    As far as the Solomon quote, if you refer to the first verse of the excerpt you will see that he said “the ungodly would reason to themselves…” This is not his thinking.

  8. Mosrs says:

    Seems like there Could be a connection. Question though, rather than Salomon praising evil, Could it be possible that the widow may have been Mary, mother of Jesus and the oppressed righteous man Jesus?As if he prophesied the events to come? Could the indulgence of wine refer to the wedding where Jesus turned water into wine at the request of his mother? And could the wine also be metaphoric for the blood of christ?

  9. AP says:

    The first verse very clearly states that “the ungodly said,” the following verses.

    Nice try.

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