The Catholic Roman Synod Decree On The Canon Of Sacred Scriptures

Catholic Apologetics Research Center

Whether they accept it or not Protestants relied on the authority of the Catholic Church to know which scriptures are part of the Canon of Sacred Scriptures, and which are not. If it weren’t for the Catholic Church we would not have our Bibles today.
In 382 A.D Pope Damasus gathered the bishops in Rome in order to form the Canon of Sacred Scriptures which includes the Old and New Testament.

The following is the decree of the Roman Synod concerning the Canon of Scripture.

Acts of the Roman Synod, 382 A.D

Likewise it has been saud: Now indeed we must treat of the divine Scriptures, what the universal Catholic CHurch accepts and what she ought to shun.

The order of the Old Testament begins here:

Genesis one book, Exodus one book, Leviticus one book, Numbers one book, Deuteronomy one book, Josue Nave one book, Judges one book, Ruth one…

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One thought on “The Catholic Roman Synod Decree On The Canon Of Sacred Scriptures

  1. This decree was not infallible, correct? How did the Catholic Church get along just fine without an infallible list of books up to the 1540s?

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