Catholic and baptist dating
The contents are basically the same with only a few variations.These books were originally written in Hebrew on papyrus parchments.Between the 7th and 13th centuries, the Christian church became divided, with the Greek Orthodox Church breaking away from the Roman Catholic Church.
This constitutes the most significant difference between the Catholic Bible and the Protestant or Baptist Bible, also known as the King James Version.
D.), which refers to certain heretical writings as 'not received in the Catholic Church'.
So too Cyril of Jerusalem, in the fourth century, says that the Church is called Catholic not only 'because it is spread throughout the world', but also 'because it teaches completely and without defect all the doctrines which ought to come to the knowledge of men'.
Distinguishing beliefs of Catholicity, the beliefs of most Christians who call themselves "Catholic", include the episcopal polity, that bishops are considered the highest order of ministers within the Christian religion, found the line of the Nicene Creed: "I believe in one holy catholic and apostolic Church." During the medieval and modern times, additional distinctions arose regarding the use of the terms Western Catholic and Eastern Catholic.
Before the East–West Schism, those terms had just the basic geographical meanings, since only one undivided Catholicity existed, uniting the Latin speaking Christians of West and the Greek speaking Christians of the East.