Pseudepigrapha

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52 texts written between 200 BC and AD 200 but ascribed to various prophets and kings in the Hebrew scriptures

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The Sibylline Oracles called it a double-edged sword that destroys the spirit.
As an example, he refers to a list from the Sibylline Oracles (2:70-77, a third- or fourth-century Jewish and then Christian source--see http://www.
The author's assessment of attitudes toward New Testament apocryphal works (for example, the letter of Lentulus, the Sibylline Oracles, among many others) highlights the "extensive and creative use" of these documents by Lutheran writers.
We stop to consider so many smaller points of interest, too, such as the composition of the Homilies on John (160), the Augustinian dictum, "If you understand it, it is not God" (128), the interruption of the De doctrina christiana (201), the Sibylline Oracles and Christ (238), and many other reminders of the wide implications of considering the Christ of Saint Augustine.
The Sibylline Oracles, prophetic literature written during the Roman Empire by Christians and Jews, implies that the recipe for the "sweet bread coming from the starry heaven" called for sweetness and celestial light.
The influence of the Sibylline Oracles on Renaissance literature has not been extensively investigated, but there is every reason to suppose that Spenser would have been familiar with the text.
In Egypt, Artapanus, Ezekiel, The Letter of Aristeas, Aristobulus and Philo represent `convergence' with the ambient culture, while antagonism toward that culture is determinative of Wisdom of Solomon, 3 Maccabees, Joseph and Aseneth, and the Egyptian Sibylline Oracles.
Part one treats the Parables of Enoch (1 Enoch 37-71), 2 Enoch, the Sibylline Oracles, and literature from Jeremiah, Baruch, 4 Ezra, 2 Baruch, and the Testaments of Abraham, Moses, Job, and Solomon.