Remember That Time, Long Ago, When 7 Books Were Removed From The Bible

Deuterocanonical Books, are 7 books that literally still exist but were removed from the bible.

Some people don’t want all the books available to be seen so they keep them out of the Bible.

The proof of this can be found……. in the Bible Oo

You can easily open any Bible and search for “Book of” and you will find the name of many books that are not in the bible because people throughout history didn’t like what was written in them.

Why are books removed?

  • Books are removed for the following 3 reasons:
    • They challenge a government
    • They challenge a major church
    • They challenge the rich

Find any book removed and after you read it, you’ll understand quickly why it was removed. It weakens one of the three above positions. You can also see this talked about in the historical records.

These seven are just a small section given the name Deuterocanonical:

  1. Tobit
  2. Judith
  3. Wisdom (also called the Wisdom of Solomon)
  4. Sirach (also called Ecclesiasticus)
  5. Baruch, including the Letter of Jeremiah (Additions to Jeremiah in the Septuagint)[1]
  6. 1 Maccabees
  7. 2 Maccabees

There were also some writings that are added to this grouping:

  • Additions to Esther (Vulgate Esther 10:4 to 16:24)[2]
  • Additions to Daniel:
    • Prayer of Azariah and Song of the Three Holy Children (Vulgate Daniel 3:24–90)
    • Susanna (Vulgate Daniel 13, Septuagint prologue)
    • Bel and the Dragon (Vulgate Daniel 14, Septuagint epilogue)

What I know:

People can’t make an informed decision on what isn’t there and the more someone doesn’t want me to see something….. the more I want to see it. Especially when it scares churches, rich people and governments.

The future may have a bible that is missing books your bible has today. In fact, it has already happened Oo Learn More

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  1. There is also an agenda to align with what they wanted Christ’s teaching to be. The most important part is actually still in the Bible but the vast majority of Christianity doesn’t even know it’s in there.


  2. Censorship is but one aspect. The documentary hypothesis suggests that the Torah has been redacted several times to conform to the authors’ ideological interests.

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    • I would say that the reasons given for censorship have never been compelling to me. I would rather we leave writings as they are and let each reader come to their own conclusion.

      Just saying

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      • I agree completely. Unfortunately, it appears we hold a minority view because an increasing number of people have expressed their desire to censor views they’ve deemed too “offensive” for public consumption.

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