Written by: Eric Jackson
Illustrations by: Gustave Dore
Utilizing the prints of the famed artist, Gustave Dore, this one publication looks at some of the important and crucial scenes of the Apocrypha. The term "Apocrypha" was first used by St. Jerome to denote material in the Greek version of the biblical books that were not included in the Hebrew Bible of the Old Testament. Sometimes listed in the appendices and other times, totally omitted altogether, the Apocrypha still serves as a high value for historical significance. The Apocrypha can also denote the New Testament Bible and differentiates the Roman Catholic and Protestant faiths.
Published as a single issue comic book
Black and White print
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