Ever read the ‘bad’ books of the Bible?
New podcast covers everything you ever wanted to know about the so-called Apocrypha but were afraid to ask
The Bible is full of weird and wonderful books. But some of the most weird and wonderful—the so-called Apocrypha or Deuterocanonical books—get a bad rap today. First written then later rejected by Jews, preserved then abandoned by (at least some) Christians, the “bad” books are the Rodney Dangerfield of the Bible.
What’s the deal? In our new podcast for Ancient Faith, “Bad” Books of the Bible, we introduce these books, discuss their content and history, and explain their value to contemporary readers.
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