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Lost Books of the Bible: The Great Rejected Texts The Lost Books Of The Bible The Great Rejected Texts Of The Most Sought After Books Available, Which Shed Light On The Evolution Of Our Faith, Our Theology, And Our Church Translations And Commentary By The Author Of The Best Selling Book The Lost Books Of Enoch, Joseph Lumpkin Section One Lost Scriptures Of The Old Testament First Book Of Adam And Eve, Second Book Of Adam And Eve, First Book Of Enoch, Second Book Of Enoch Secrets Of Enoch , Jubilees, Jasher, The Story Of Ahikar Section Two Apocalyptic Writings And The End Of Days Apocalypse Of Abraham, Apocalypse Of Thomas, Ezra, Baruch, War Scroll Sons Of Dark Vs Sons Of Light Section Three Lost Scriptures Of The New Testament Gospel Of Philip, Gospel Of Mary Magdalene, Apocryphon Of John, Gospel Of Thomas, Gospel Of Judas, Acts Chapter


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8 thoughts on “Lost Books of the Bible: The Great Rejected Texts

  1. says:

    If you are into, or just curious about some of the books left out of the Bible, this makes a fascinating read And for you fundamentalists, many of these missing books are quoted in the bible and, The Book of Enoch, is quoted by Jesus He considered it to be scripture So go and argue with Him over


  2. says:

    Great research material for one who is interested in Theeology


  3. says:

    Really thorough insight into these texts Very well researched and written.


  4. says:

    Got it for a relative and they loved it


  5. says:

    answers so many questions, tells the side of storys we dont see, i would recommend to anyone who wants to learn


  6. says:

    good


  7. says:

    Great to be able to read the other books, that were not chosen for the Bible, would reccemmend to get a commentray to go with though.


  8. says:

    Very interesting read, King David read some of the book of Ja sure quoted in the Bible which I found regarding the Bow.Also found in the Dead Sea scrolls although not inspired to be part of the Holy Scriptures, that s why the two stars.


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