The book of tobit tobit is a book of scripture that is part of the catholic and orthodox biblical canons it was recognized as canonical by the council of hippo in 393 the councils of carthage of 397 and 417 and the council of florence in 1442 and confirmed in the counter reformation by the council of trent 1546. The old testament translation was completed at the english college of douai france in 1609 and the new testament at the english college of rheims france in 1582 the douay rheims bible was revised by bishop challoner in england from 1749 to 1752. 1 the tale of tobit son of tobiel son of ananiel son of aduel son of gabael of the lineage of asiel and tribe of naphtali 2 in the days of shalmaneser king of assyria he was exiled from thisbe which is south of kedesh naphtali in upper galilee above hazor some distance to the west north . Answer tobit is part of what is considered the apocrypha deuterocanonical scripture and appears in the old testament of catholic bibles except for some episcopal or lutheran bibles tobit and other books of the apocrypha do not appear in protestant bibles apocrypha means hidden and deuterocanonical means second listed
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