The word Apocrypha is a Greek word that means hidden, in this case it refers to the fact they were not included in the canonical books of the Bible. The word Pseudepigrapha is of Roman Catholic meaning for Apocrypha. A portion of these books are also called Deuterocanonical books by some.
The apocrypha is a collection of books which were part of the original 1611
King James Bible. The apocrypha was a part of the KJV for 274 years until being
removed in 1885 A.D. Fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls dating back to
before 70 A.D. contain parts of the apocrypha books in Hebrew, including Sirach
Though there are many who do not feel these to be inspired by God, there are others who do. They are very valuable in terms of historical details, and possibly, much wisdom, understanding, and insight can be gained if one does read them.
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There are those that are propagating the narrative that people are going to get a second chance at entering God's kingdom, that it is just not their time yet. But what does the word of God have to say on this matter?