The Encyclopedia of Lost and Rejected Scriptures: The Pseudepigrapha and Apocrypha

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$69.95
Publisher
Fifth Estate
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Pages
826
Dimensions
8.8 X 11.2 X 2.0 inches | 4.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781936533558

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This book will change your life

The Fifth Estate Publishing Co. has a reputation of translating and compiling old texts, ensuring these books would continue to last the test of time. In order to make sure they will last, the public must have access to it in their native tongue. If you go to their website you'll find they are not only working to protect Jewish, Netzari (Nazarene Judaism, Messianic Judaism), Gnostic and early Christian writings, but they are also working on preserving books from the East.


Absorbing and insightful-

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 17, 2015

I can't recommend this book enough. I have read through the Book of Adam and Eve part 1&2. It brings the human element and says that when children came they were different non identical twins. Cain twin sister then 5 seasons later Abel and sister. This sister of Abels was not single for a long time as she had to wait for Seth to come along and grow into manhood, as Cain killed his younger brother and thus her mate. The crafty Satan was continually tricking Adam by impersonating angels send by the Creator.

Later on in part 2 it details the segregation between the descendants of Cain and those of Seth. Since Cain's banishment he took his sister and lived in exile all over the place. With Seth's group remaining in the Mountainous regions and the Cain's offspring lived below and would entice the other to leave the mountain to take part in sin and debauchery. The Mountain dwellers remained chaste and the other group increased greatly in number due to engaging in lusts, even marrying their own mothers, sisters and immediate cousins so that a there was no distinction of relations. I find this book just as engaging as The Book of Jasher as it fleshes out the all to human aspect of trying to be obedient to statues and commandments.