You often hear that Jesus and the apostles quoted from the deuterocanonical books of the Bible—those that aren’t in the Protestant Old Testament. Did they? If not, what does the New Testament’s use of the Old Testament tell us about the canonicity of those books?
In Acts 8 Luke describes a situation where a group of people have been baptized, but he says that the Holy Spirit hasn’t fallen on them yet. If we receive the Holy Spirit in baptism, how can we explain this?
What if you work in a hospital that performs In Vitro Fertilization or other immoral procedures. If your own work is doesn’t involve those, do you still have to quit your job?
These are among the questions we explore in this week’s episode of the Jimmy Akin Podcast!
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JIMMY AKIN PODCAST EPISODE 022 (11/26/11)
* WHIT FROM FLORIDA ASKS ABOUT QUOTATIONS FROM THE OLD TESTAMENT IN THE NEW
Old Testament Quotations in the New Testament: A Complete SurveyBy Gleason Leonard, Jr. Archer and Gregory Chirichigno
NOTE: “Septuagint” is abbreviated LXX
A (straightforward LXX): 268
B (LXX where it slightly deviates from MT): 50
C (Masoretic Text): 33
D (LXX where it deviates more from the MT): 22
E (Other): 13
F (Allusions that aren’t quotations): 32
Total using LXX as primary text: 340
Total using MT as primary text: 33
Deuterocanonical References in the New Testament
* WESLEY FROM BROOKLYN ASKS RECEIVING THE HOLY SPIRIT IN ACTS
* “CONFLICTED” ASKS ABOUT QUITTING HER JOB AT A HOSPITAL THAT DOES IMMORAL PROCEDURES
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