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The Lost Books of the Bible Volume II
     

The Lost Books of the Bible Volume II

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by Rutherford H. Platt, Jr.
 
What they didn't want you to read. . .

Volume I and II encompasses all the ecclesiastical writings of early Christian authorities that are known to exist, and yet were omitted from the authorized New Testament. (Includes beautiful artwork from biblical era)

Origins are noted in paragraphs at the front of each book. This will enable the reader to

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What they didn't want you to read. . .

Volume I and II encompasses all the ecclesiastical writings of early Christian authorities that are known to exist, and yet were omitted from the authorized New Testament. (Includes beautiful artwork from biblical era)

Origins are noted in paragraphs at the front of each book. This will enable the reader to form his own conclusions as to the genuineness of the writings. These writings are a vivid picture of the minds of men in the post-Apostolic period of the Church. Discount the statements from the historical viewpoint as you will—there remains in these gospels and epistles an earnestness of purpose, and zeal to express a message, similar to that of our authorized Bible.

--From the Preface

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Product Details

BN ID:
2940011852503
Publisher:
Oaklight Publishing - http://oaklightpublishing.co
Publication date:
09/11/2010
Series:
The Lost Books of the Bible , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
575,732
File size:
1 MB

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Read this for a fuller picture of history and religion.