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  • C L
    Building off of Ken s answer that it depends on what you mean by Apocryphal books ... A good place to START is the index in Nestle-Aland 27 entitled Loci
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 20, 2011
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      Building off of Ken's answer that it "depends on what you mean by Apocryphal books"...

      A good place to START is the index in Nestle-Aland 27 entitled "Loci Citati vel Allegati." (I stress, because the lists are not exhaustive as new research undoubtedly will suggest previously unrecognized citations in the NT).

      On this list, the NA27 editors attempted to list all instances when the NT cites the Old Testament, Deuterocanicals, Apocryphae, and Greek writers.  The list should be used with caution because it includes passages with citation formulas at one of the spectrum, to passages that only seem to share some verbiage [possibly] with other sources.

      Among the sources listed here, NA27 lists NT citations from 3 Esdras, 4 Esdras, each (1-4) Maccabees, Tobias, Judith, Susanna, Bel and the Dragon, Baruch, the Epistle of Jeremiah, Ben Sirac, Wisdom of Solomon, Jubilees, "Martyrium Isaiae," Psalms of Solomon, 1 Enoch, the Assumption of Moses, Apocalypse of Baruch, Apocalypse of Elijah, Testaments of the 12 Patriarchs, and the Life of Adam and Eve.

      Some of the books (eg, Enoch, Jubilees) have many places in the NT that might allude to them, according to this list in NA27.

      Sincerely,

      Chris Lovelace



      The answer depends on what is meant by “apocryphal books.” There are no
      direct quotes in the New Testament from the Roman Catholic
      deuterocanonical books, but there is one from 1 Enoch, which Roman
      Catholics include under the label “Apocrypha.” Some would argue that
      many ALLUSIONS to the deuterocanonical books appear in the NT, but I
      take it that’s not what you were asking.


      Ken


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    • Rafael Dominguez-Hernandez
      I just want to share with ye all a very interesting link:   http://mysite.verizon.net/rgjones3/Septuagint/spindex.htm   And very specially, the internal link
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 20, 2011
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        I just want to share with ye all a very interesting link:
         
        http://mysite.verizon.net/rgjones3/Septuagint/spindex.htm
         
        And very specially, the internal link to the Appendix "A collection of References to the Septuagint Plus in the New Testament".

        De: C L <sigebryht@...>
        Para: lxx@yahoogroups.com
        Enviado: miércoles 20 de julio de 2011 21:26
        Asunto: [lxx] Re: Apocryphal Books in NT


         
        Building off of Ken's answer that it "depends on what you mean by Apocryphal books"...

        A good place to START is the index in Nestle-Aland 27 entitled "Loci Citati vel Allegati." (I stress, because the lists are not exhaustive as new research undoubtedly will suggest previously unrecognized citations in the NT).

        On this list, the NA27 editors attempted to list all instances when the NT cites the Old Testament, Deuterocanicals, Apocryphae, and Greek writers.  The list should be used with caution because it includes passages with citation formulas at one of the spectrum, to passages that only seem to share some verbiage [possibly] with other sources.

        Among the sources listed here, NA27 lists NT citations from 3 Esdras, 4 Esdras, each (1-4) Maccabees, Tobias, Judith, Susanna, Bel and the Dragon, Baruch, the Epistle of Jeremiah, Ben Sirac, Wisdom of Solomon, Jubilees, "Martyrium Isaiae," Psalms of Solomon, 1 Enoch, the Assumption of Moses, Apocalypse of Baruch, Apocalypse of Elijah, Testaments of the 12 Patriarchs, and the Life of Adam and Eve.

        Some of the books (eg, Enoch, Jubilees) have many places in the NT that might allude to them, according to this list in NA27.

        Sincerely,

        Chris Lovelace

        The answer depends on what is meant by “apocryphal books.” There are no
        direct quotes in the New Testament from the Roman Catholic
        deuterocanonical books, but there is one from 1 Enoch, which Roman
        Catholics include under the label “Apocrypha.” Some would argue that
        many ALLUSIONS to the deuterocanonical books appear in the NT, but I
        take it that’s not what you were asking.

        Ken

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