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I thought Luther translated the so called apocrypha himself. So Melanchthon and Jonas translated it...interesting. I love this channel.
I just tried to edit it in Wikipedia. Did it work?
"numbered" =/= "numbered among." Understandable error but still error. That subtitle "preservation of the church" is pretty funny.