THE UNIVERSAL BIBLE OF THE PROTESTANT, CATHOLIC, ORTHODOX, ETHIOPIC, SYRIAC, AND SAMARITAN CHURCH [NOOK Book]

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THE UNIVERSAL BIBLE OF THE PROTESTANT, CATHOLIC, ORTHODOX, ETHIOPIC, SYRIAC, AND SAMARITAN CHURCH contains all books found within the Bibles of most major Christian branches. The Bible is not the same, world-round. This is the only Bible to include all books of the major sects.

OLD TESTAMENT BOOKS- 1. Genesis - 2. Exodus - 3. Leviticus - 4. Numbers - 5. Deuteronomy - 6. Joshua - 7. Judges - 8. Ruth - 9. 1 Samuel - 10. 2 Samuel - 11. 1 Kings - ...
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THE UNIVERSAL BIBLE OF THE PROTESTANT, CATHOLIC, ORTHODOX, ETHIOPIC, SYRIAC, AND SAMARITAN CHURCH

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Overview

THE UNIVERSAL BIBLE OF THE PROTESTANT, CATHOLIC, ORTHODOX, ETHIOPIC, SYRIAC, AND SAMARITAN CHURCH contains all books found within the Bibles of most major Christian branches. The Bible is not the same, world-round. This is the only Bible to include all books of the major sects.

OLD TESTAMENT BOOKS- 1. Genesis - 2. Exodus - 3. Leviticus - 4. Numbers - 5. Deuteronomy - 6. Joshua - 7. Judges - 8. Ruth - 9. 1 Samuel - 10. 2 Samuel - 11. 1 Kings - 12. 2 Kings - 13. 1 Chronicles - 14. 2 Chronicles - 15. Ezra - 16. Nehemiah - 17. Esther - 18. Job - 19. Psalms and 151, 151.1 - 20. Proverbs - 21. Ecclesiastes - 22. Song of Songs- 23. Isaiah - 24. Jeremiah - 25. Lamentations - 26. Ezekiel - 27. Daniel - 28. Hosea - 29. Joel - 30. Amos - 31. Obadiah - 32. Jonah - 33. Micah - 34. Nahum - 35. Habakkuk - 36. Zephaniah - 37. Haggai - 38. Zechariah - 40. Malachi - New Testament - 1. Matthew - 2. Mark - 3. Luke - 4. John - 5. Acts - Including Chapter 29 - 6. Romans - 7. I Corinthians - 8. II Corinthians - 9. Galatians - 10. Ephesians - 11. Philippians - 12. Colossians - 13. I Thessalonians - 14. II Thessalonians - 15. I Timothy - 16. II Timothy - 17. Titus - 18. Philemon - 19. Hebrews - 20. James - 21. I Peter - 22. II Peter - 23. I John - 24. II John - 25. III John - 26. Jude - 27. Revelation - Additional Books of the New Testament- Epistle to the Laodiceans - Acts of Paul and Thecla - III Corinthians - Apocrypha - 1. 1 Esdras - 2. 2 Esdras - 3. 1 Maccabees - 4. 2 Maccabees - 5. 3 Maccabees - 6. 4 Maccabees - 7. Letter (Epistle) of Jeremiah - 8. The Prayer of Azariah - Song of the Three Children - 9. Baruch - 10. Prayer of Manasseh (Manassas) - 11. Bel and the Dragon - 12. Wisdom of Sirach - 13. Wisdom of Solomon - 14. Additions to Esther - 15. Tobit - 16. Judith - 17. Susanna - 18. Enoch - 19. Jubilees - 20. 1 Clement - 21. The Ascension of Isaiah - 22. Shepherd of Hermas - 23. The Didache - 24. Apocalypse of Baruch - 25. Josephus' Jewish War VI - 26. 4 Baruch -
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013610149
  • Publisher: Fifth Estate
  • Publication date: 7/15/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 675,041
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Joseph Burton Lumpkin was born in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, May 25, 1955.

His early years were spent under the tutelage of his grandfather, W.R. Lumpkin, a Baptist minister and former pastor of Temple Baptist Church in Chattanooga,TN. [1]. There he began his study in the fields of Theology and Ministry.

Lumpkin is considered to be one of the leading scholars in the field of ancient religious texts. He has produced over a dozen books on subjects such as Gnosticism, Midrash writings, and the translation of non-canon texts. According to Lumpkin, many non-biblical works influenced modern theology.

He has been referenced in such articles as Thomas the Apostle, wherein Lumpkin's work entitled, The Tao of Thomas is cited.

His book entitled The Lost Book of Enoch: A Comprehensive Transliteration (ISBN 0974633666), maintains its position of the top selling book on the subject.

Lumpkin obtained a doctorate in the field of ministry from Battlefield Baptist Institute in Mississippi in 2002 and soon after began translating and publishing ancient non-canonical texts. Not long after the publication of his first book he founded Fifth Estate Book Publishers.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2013

    Errors.....

    I haven't read through this, but Thecla is clearly misspelled in the ToC.

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