INTRODUCTION TO THE DEUTEROCANONICAL BOOKS - THE HOLY BIBLE
Some Christians churches gave the word Apocrypha to the Deuterocanonical books omitted from some recent versions of the Holy Bible. These Books are, in order: Tobias, Judith, sequel of Esther, the wisdom (Wisdom of Solomon), Wisdom of Joshua son of Sirach, Baroukh, sequel of the Book of Daniel, Macabees first and second (and Psalm 151, following Psalm 150 in the Greek Bible). Calling these books "Apocrypha" is a misnomer because the word "Apocrypha" means "concealed, hidden" (intended for books that contain superstitions, and nonsense contrary to Christian morals and which were not accepted by the church as part of the Bible). But the Deuterocanonical are not doubtful books rather ones considered authentic by both the Orthodox and Catholic churches and the original translation of the KJV Bible.