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Secrets from the Lost Bible

3.89 of 5 stars 3.89  ·  rating details  ·  35 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Ancient scriptures, hidden from the world for centuries, have recently attracted unprecedented popular attention. Some were found among the ancient library of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Others include assorted mystical writings known as Kabbalah, and a host of books that never made it into the Bible, called Apocrypha (which means "hidden") and the Pseudepigrapha (called "false ...more
Hardcover, 248 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Council Oak Books
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Patricia Gulley
It's taking me forever, but I only read a bit at a time. Very interesting. And I keep rereading some passages.
I may never finish. Constantly rereading.
A revelação de textos escondidos ao longo dos tempos! Escondidos durante séculos, os textos antigos, agora redescobertos - Cabala, Manuscritos do Mar Morto, Textos Gnósticos, Deuterocanónicos e Apócrifos - revelam um conhecimento vital para o fortalecimento da humanidade. Académico amplamente respeitado, e com uma extraordinária capacidade para cativar o grande público, Kenneth Hanson conta-nos as histórias que envolvem estes documentos: quem os escreveu, por que razão foram escondidos ao longo ...more
Aug 06, 2007 Cyndy rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: spiritual seekers
One of those books you read a little at a time and absorb before going on...

The author examines what lessons may have been lost when those who decided which books to include in the Bible and Torah made their decision to exclude these. It is an interesting read...
Priscilla Vogelbacher
A good book overall, but I feel authors should never paraphrase ancient texts; it takes from credibility. It's difficult to believe a Ph.D. wrote this. I expected a lot more.
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