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The Jewish apocrypha (Hebrew: הספרים החיצונים‎, romanized: Sefarim Hachizonim, lit. 'the outer books') are books written in large part by Jews, especially during the Second Temple period, not accepted as sacred manuscripts when the Hebrew Bible was canonized. Some of these books are considered sacred by some Christians, and are included in their versions of the Old Testament. The Jewish apocrypha is distinctive from the New Testament apocrypha and biblical apocrypha as it is the only one of these collections which works within a Jewish theological framework.

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  • Apokrifa Yahudi
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  • Apokrifa Yahudi merupakan naskah-naskah yang ditulis dalam lingkup tradisi agamawi Yudaisme, baik dalam masa di antara Perjanjian Lama dan Perjanjian Baru (Intertestamental period) atau pada zaman gereja Kristen perdana, tetapi di luar tradisi Kristen. Tidak mencakup kitab-kitab dalam Alkitab Ibrani kanon, maupun yang dianggap kanon bagi sebagian tradisi Kristen (yang tergolong Apokrifa Perjanjian Lama).
  • The Jewish apocrypha (Hebrew: הספרים החיצונים‎, romanized: Sefarim Hachizonim, lit. 'the outer books') are books written in large part by Jews, especially during the Second Temple period, not accepted as sacred manuscripts when the Hebrew Bible was canonized. Some of these books are considered sacred by some Christians, and are included in their versions of the Old Testament. The Jewish apocrypha is distinctive from the New Testament apocrypha and biblical apocrypha as it is the only one of these collections which works within a Jewish theological framework.
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  • Apokrifa Yahudi merupakan naskah-naskah yang ditulis dalam lingkup tradisi agamawi Yudaisme, baik dalam masa di antara Perjanjian Lama dan Perjanjian Baru (Intertestamental period) atau pada zaman gereja Kristen perdana, tetapi di luar tradisi Kristen. Tidak mencakup kitab-kitab dalam Alkitab Ibrani kanon, maupun yang dianggap kanon bagi sebagian tradisi Kristen (yang tergolong Apokrifa Perjanjian Lama).
  • The Jewish apocrypha (Hebrew: הספרים החיצונים‎, romanized: Sefarim Hachizonim, lit. 'the outer books') are books written in large part by Jews, especially during the Second Temple period, not accepted as sacred manuscripts when the Hebrew Bible was canonized. Some of these books are considered sacred by some Christians, and are included in their versions of the Old Testament. The Jewish apocrypha is distinctive from the New Testament apocrypha and biblical apocrypha as it is the only one of these collections which works within a Jewish theological framework.
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