The lost books of the Bible and The forgotten books of Eden

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World Pub. Co., 1963 - Bibles - 562 pages
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Though apocryphal in nature, these books--suppressed by the Church Fathers--are fascinatiing and beautifully written. Here you can read for yourself many of the manuscripts which were excluded form the Cannon of Scripture, and discover new appreciation for those which were chosen.

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User Review  - paulette - Christianbook.com

i like it and find it interesting. it has information that adds to what i read in the bible. so far- good. i was hoping to learn morn about Lilith and maybe i will i am just getting started Read full review

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This is a book which should be read with an open mind. If your faith is strong, this book can strenghten your faith. But also, if you read this book to find faith, you will end up with more questions than answers. It should not be used to replace the Bible, but to broaden your appreciation of the greatness of God.  

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