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I only refer to them as "Apocrypha" to spare you and others the confusion.Could you quote Luther saying that a BOOK (pages) fulfill a prophecy? Now, he may be of an opinion that an EVENT recorded in millions of books (including First Maccabees) fulfills a prophecy in Daniel.... but that's entirely unrelated to a BOOK fulfilling a prophecy or that ergo all books that speak of that event THEREFORE was officially declared by The Ruling Body of Judaism and also The Ruling Body of all Christianity to THUS be inerrant, fully/equally canonical, divinely-inscripturated words of God.
And what is your point? That Luther's personal opinion was much greater than yours concerning that book, how he regarded it as DEUTEROcanonical while you call it APOCRYPHA and insist it's not canonical at all
Yes I can quote it and I have quoted it several times already, its also on the beggersall blog, i'll cut and paste it some other time when I have the time.