• Title: The Lost Books of the Bible: The Great Rejected Texts
  • Author: Joseph B. Lumpkin
  • ISBN: 9781933580661
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Lost Books of the Bible The Great Rejected Texts The Lost Books of the Bible The Great Rejected Texts Eighteen of the most sought after books available which shed light on the evolution of our faith our theology and our church Translations and co
    The Lost Books of the Bible The Great Rejected Texts Eighteen 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 Book of Enoch, Joseph B Lumpkin Section One Lost Scriptures of the Old Testament First Book of Adam and EThe Lost Books of the Bible The Great Rejected Texts Eighteen 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 Book of Enoch, Joseph B 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 4 Ezra, 2 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 29

    One Reply to “The Lost Books of the Bible: The Great Rejected Texts”

    1. I've only read through the two books of Adam and Eve, Enoch, and part of Jasher. Other than that I've skimmed through it. Really liked Adam and Eve. Enoch wasn't as awesome as it has always sounded when I've heard about it, but it does give some insight into the whole Watchers thing and was still pretty interesting in some parts. Jasher expands on a lot of stories in the Old Testament.It is definitely interesting to read the books that weren't deemed worthy for the Bible. I read somewhere that t [...]

    2. An interesting exploration into additional written works that, while not necessarily certain on their authenticity, add some intrigue to known stories that have been taught since child Sunday school. Taken with the right amount of discussion and interpretive license, this would be a good book for a biblical study.

    3. Very good book. I love Jasher especially; fills in many blanks from the OT. Not all of the "lost books" should be accepted as possible scripture but may give some insight into scriptural happenings. Others are pure bunk. A nice addition to a study library.

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