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The Archko Volume : The Archeological Writings of the Sanhedrim and Talmuds of the Jews based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
By all outward appearances, this book would seem to be an important historic and scientific discovery that would validate some aspects of early Christianity. Upon reading, it is apparently not the translations of ancient texts, but the product of the author's fervent imagination. It was so poorly written, I could not even get through the entire work. It contains so many grammatical errors and so many plot inconsistencies that it leaves one to wonder how the translators earned the titles of 'Drs.' before their names. If it had been better written and come with the caveat 'This is how it MIGHT have been back then...', it might have been worth a read. Readers interested in this topic would be better served with open-minded readings of tomes such as 'The Lost Books of the Bible' or any early writings by Gnostics or Essenes that fall into the Church-declared catagory of 'apopcrypha'. Even without accepting these writings as canon, the reader can gain insight into the cultural climate of the New Testamant locale and time frame.