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The Lost Books of the Bible & the Forgotten Books of Eden

Secret Books of the Bible they don't want you to read!

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Imagine Reading Adam & Eve Adventures In & Out of the Garden of Eden & more!

  • Sep 28, 2009
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Nirvana for me, as I have been hearing bits and pieces of these amazing books that who knows who decided shouldn't make the cut to be put in mainstream Bibles. Oh, you can find one book all by itself, here and there, but this book has everybody and all the book and all the history.

Judas wrote a book, imagine that!

Adam & Eve wrote two books and told about Jesus suffering death, unlike the Old Testament that rarely mentions a suffering Messiah. But, more than that, these two books tell their whole story and I found that fascinating.

These books you have not heard over and over and over in everybody's different version. Some you will, like me, read for the very first time. Here in this one book, you get lots of books, lots of new thinking, lots of ideas to roll around in your mind in an easy to read format.

This book was published by The New American Library and, ta dah, was translated from the original origins. This is key to why they are so interesting. While I do believe that the Bible has God to protect it and its contents, people can't seem to help sticking themselves into their translations, building up what they think is important and paring down what they don't feel so important. You can see that pretty clearly when you read the Four Evangelists:  Mathew, Mark, Luke and John.

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When I am not writing or painting or teaching, I am reading, literally hundreds of non-fiction books every year. Why? Because I love learning from other people's journeys. Authors work hard to bring … more
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ISBN-10: 0974762393 (pbk.)
ISBN-13: 9780974762395 (pbk.)
Editor: Rutheford H. Platt, Jr.
Publisher: Apocryphile Press
Date Published: October 2005
Format: introduced by Frank Crane and William N. Guthrie
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