Deceptions and Myths of the Bible

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Citadel Press, 1975 - Religion - 484 pages
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In Lloyd Graham's study, he claims his uncovering these deceptions and myths will help everyone acquire sufficient enlight-enment and knowledge to discover what is false. Mr. Graham believes it is time this scriptural tyranny was broken so that we may devote our time to man instead of God and to civilizing ourselves instead of saving our souls that were never lost. Book jacket.
 

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User Review  - quantum_flapdoodle - LibraryThing

Don’t bother. If anyone could have told me that a book on the Bible from the pagan point of view could have been totally tedious before I got past the preface, I probably wouldn’t have believed it. I’d have been wrong. Fat book – tedious prose – ridiculous notions – make up a big fat zero. Read full review

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User Review  - Devil_llama - LibraryThing

Don’t bother. If anyone could have told me that a book on the Bible from the pagan point of view could have been totally tedious before I got past the preface, I probably wouldn’t have believed it. I’d have been wrong. Fat book – tedious prose – ridiculous notions – make up a big fat zero. Read full review

Contents

I
1
II
27
III
46
IV
56
V
61
VI
77
VII
85
VIII
105
XV
236
XVI
252
XVII
256
XVIII
262
XIX
269
XX
279
XXI
297
XXII
320

IX
109
X
137
XI
145
XII
174
XIII
188
XIV
202
XXIII
363
XXIV
388
XXV
409
XXVI
422
XXVII
437
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About the author (1975)

Lloyd M. Graham is a pseudonym. Because of the controversial nature of his writings, he does not want his identity or his hometown revealed. He is a Biblical scholar and a student of mythology.

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