Scripturae (Canone Aeternum)
A biblical canon, also called canon of scripture, is a set of texts (or "books") which a particular Jewish or Christian religious community regards as authoritative scripture. The English word canon comes from the Greek κανών, meaning "rule" or "measuring stick".Christians were the first to use the term in reference to scripture, but Eugene Ulrich regards the notion as Jewish.
“The canon of Scripture” (Gk. kanon, a rule, measure, or standard) refers to the 66 books of the Bible. The church has always recognized, more or less clearly, those books that are from God (II Peter ), although it was not until A.D. that the church father, Athanasius, formally listed the 66 books of the canon of Scripture.
In sacra Scriptura indesinenter invenit Ecclesia suum nutrimentum suamque virtutem, 92 quia in illa accipit non verbum tantum humanum, sed id quod ipsa revera est: Verbum Dei. 93 «In Sacris enim Libris Pater qui in caelis est filiis Suis peramanter occurrit et cum eis sermonem confert». II. De inspiratione et veritate sacrae Scripturae.
Decree of Gelasius (about A.D. ).. The Decree of Gelasius (Decretum Gelasianum), which contains a list of canonical books, was so called because it was formerly ascribed to Pope Gelasius (in office from to ).Various recensions of the same decree were also ascribed to the earlier Pope Demasus () and the later Hormisdas (), or to councils over which they presided.
Canon (Bible canon) The expression “Bible canon” came to denote the collection, or list, of books accepted as genuine inspired Scripture. The term “canon” is derived from the Hebrew word qa·nehʹ (reed). Reeds were used as a rule or measuring device. (Eze ) Fittingly, the Bible canon, or catalog of inspired books, enables the.
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