Iulian Faraoanu, The Specificity of the Scripture's Canon, ILSHS Volume 61, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 61)
    This study is aimed at capturing some aspects relating to the specificities of the Biblical Canon. The two parts of the Holy Scripture are analyzed in the attempt to find an answer to the question: why is there a limited number of sacred and canonical books The point of view used for the analysis of the themes is the historical perspective, with a focus on the evolution of the writings of the Old and of the New Testament, until their capturing in an official catalog. The study ends with a summary of the elements that can help a better understanding of the Canon of the Scripture.
    Bible, Canon, History, New Testament, Old Testament, Sacred Inspired Books