What’s in YOUR Bible?

Posted By on December 24, 2008

Just a sidebar here.

As some of you know, one of my new responsibilities where I work is to serve as editor of the new Bible Study Magazine. It’s aimed at the pastor or lay person, but goes beyond the normal “church fare” in various ways each issue. I also write for the magazine.

The first issue featured an article on the varied canons (lists of which books should be included in the Bible) of Christianity and Judaism. The author included a nifty chart of the canons, which we have now made interactive. Check it out – it’s pretty cool (just hover over the symbols and numbers).

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3 Responses to “What’s in YOUR Bible?”

  1. kevbayer says:

    Interesting Chart. Is the legend or key somewhere for the notations on it? (such as +2, or B)

  2. MSH says:

    @kevbayer: did you hover over the notations?

  3. [...] Michael S. Heiser over at the Naked Bible has posted a link to a cute, interactive chart of comparative canons. Very nice for the layfolk. [...]

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