Portions of Old Testament books of undisputed authority found among the Oxyrhynchus Papyri are listed in this section.
The so-called Muratorian Canon is the earliest known example of a canon list of mostly New Testament books.
He commented on Old Testament and New Testament books.
However, included in Athanasius's list of 22 Old Testament books are Baruch and the Letter of Jeremiah.
Included in the Protestant Apocrypha are certain additions to other Old Testament books.
The concept of justification is found in several of both Old Testament, and New Testament books.
Some Old Testament books describe events that occurred many years before they were written.
He was the author of several Old Testament books.
In current Lutheran usage antilegomena describes those New Testament books that have achieved a doubtful place in the Canon.
It contains also Old Testament books - Book of Numbers and Book of Deuteronomy.