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The Lost Books Of The Bible
     

The Lost Books Of The Bible

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by William Hone
 

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Also known and originally published as "The Apocryphal New Testament". The twenty-six books in this volume do not appear in the Bible but offer more information beyond its scope. Some of them support or share New Testament ideas while others reveal new information about Jesus as a child, Mary's life before his birth, and much more. Each of these "lost books" includes

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Also known and originally published as "The Apocryphal New Testament". The twenty-six books in this volume do not appear in the Bible but offer more information beyond its scope. Some of them support or share New Testament ideas while others reveal new information about Jesus as a child, Mary's life before his birth, and much more. Each of these "lost books" includes an introduction, telling us what we know about them, including authenticity, place of origin, history of the manuscript and other interesting facts. This exclusive edition restores two original Prefaces and supplementary material that seems to have been censored in modern editions, starting in 1926.

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ISBN-13:
9781585092512
Publisher:
Book Tree, The
Publication date:
07/01/2004
Pages:
300
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

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The Lost Books of the Bible 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
EugeneTX More than 1 year ago
I would give this book and A+ except for the gross editing error located in the last paragraph at the bottom of page 13 where the second sentence begins with "The first council of Nice...". This is entirely incorrect as the council was convened by Constantine at the city of Nicaea in the Roman Province of Bithynia which is present day Iznik, Turkey. This was done in the year 325 AD. The correction needs to be made to place the council itself in proper context. Other than that, it is pretty standard religious fare but interesting. I think people of faith will enjoy expanding their intellectual horizons a bit and can make their own choice about accepting or not. It is "other" information worthy of consideration.
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ForMom More than 1 year ago
This is another thought provoking book that my daughter found for me. I enjoy history and find it intriguing as to what others think that we should know and try to control our lives and thoughts.
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