Definition of Apocryphally. Meaning of Apocryphally. Synonyms of Apocryphally

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Definition of Apocryphally

Apocryphally
Apocryphally A*poc"ry*phal*ly, adv. In an apocryphal manner; mythically; not indisputably.

Meaning of Apocryphally from wikipedia

- ambiguous. There are several levels of dubiety within the general concept of apocryphal works in Judeo-Christian biblical writings. Apocrypha per se are outside...
- but not divinely inspired. As such, to refer to Gnostic writings as "apocryphal" is misleading since they would not be classified in the same category...
- org. "Esther, Book of" . New International Encyclopedia. 1905. "Esther, Apocryphal Book of" . New International Encyclopedia. 1905. Jewish translations Esther...
- prologues, Jerome mentions all of the deuterocanonical and apocryphal works by name as being apocryphal or "not in the canon" except for Prayer of Man****es and...
- The Dictionary of National Biography (DNB) is a standard work of reference on notable figures from British history, published since 1885. The updated Oxford...
- chose a separate numbering for apocryphal books and called it 1 Esdras (using the Gr**** form to differentiate the apocryphal book from the canonical Ezra)...
- is from Court 2000, but Whealey 2002 prefers Apocryphal Apocalypse of John, Nau 1914 used First Apocryphal Apocalypse of John and Burke 2013 gives Apocalypse...
- the mother of Jesus. The story of Joachim and Anne first appears in the apocryphal Gospel of James. His feast day is 26 July, a date shared with Saint Anne...
- The story of King Canute and the tide is an apocryphal anecdote illustrating the piety or humility of King Canute the Great, recorded in the 12th century...
- corners of the Earth and thus the Church should have four pillars. The many apocryphal gospels arose from the 1st century onward, frequently under ****umed names...