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by Joseph B. Lumpkin


The books of Ezras are amazing as well. 1 Ezra is in the standard Bible, and the books in "The Apocrypha" are a must for any eschatologist.

Department of Defense for many years. Major projects included Hypersonic Missile Technology and Computer Clustering for Super Computers. The books of Ezras are amazing as well. This book is very long, much longer than I thought it would be. It is well over five hundred pages and reads a lot like the King James Version.

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Including the Books of Enoch, Jubilees, and Jasher. Most printers did not clear inventories and change to the 66-book version we know today until the mid 1800's. Narrated by: Mel Jackson. Length: 44 hrs and 31 mins. Ethymologically, the word "apocrypha" means "things that are hidden", but why they were hidden is not clear.

Shepherd of Hermas An Overview of Books. The Ethiopic Church also adds Clements and the Shepherd of Hermas to its New Testament canon. The Apocrypha: Including Books from the Ethiopic Bible. Introduction: A Brief History of the Apocrypha. As stated before, the largest canon belongs to the Ethiopic Church, which is a part of a set of Eastern Orthodox churches. The position of Eastern Orthodox Churches tend to have a more flexible canon of the Old Testament, and at times the list is not at all clear.

The number of books in the Bible depends on which Bible is being referenced. Protestant and Catholic churches recognize 27 New Testament books. Protestants recognize 39 books of the Jewish canon in the Old Testament

The number of books in the Bible depends on which Bible is being referenced. Protestants recognize 39 books of the Jewish canon in the Old Testament. Roman Catholics hold 46 books of the Old Testament as canon, along with expanded versions of Esther and Daniel. In addition to the 73 books of the Catholic Bible, the Orthodox Church adds three more books to their canon. By far, the largest canon of all is found in the Ethiopic Church, whose Bible totals 81 books.

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The number of books in the Bible depends on which Bible is being referenced. Protestant and Catholic churches recognize 27 New Testament books. Protestants recognize 39 books of the Jewish canon in the Old Testament. Roman Catholics hold 46 books of the Old Testament as canon, along with expanded versions of Esther and Daniel. In addition to the 73 books of the Catholic Bible, the Orthodox Church adds three more books to their canon. By far, the largest canon of all is found in the Ethiopic Church, whose Bible totals 81 books. This Apocryphal volume contains the books of the Catholic, Orthodox, and Ethiopic Bibles, which include: 1 Esdras, 2 Esdras, 1 Maccabees, 2 Maccabees, 3 Maccabees, 4 Maccabees, Letter (Epistle) of Jeremiah, The Prayer of Azariah, Baruch, Prayer of Manasseh (Manassas), Bel and the Dragon, Wisdom of Sirach, Wisdom of Solomon, Additions to Esther, Tobit, Judith, Susanna, Psalm 151, Enoch, Jubilees, 1 Clements, Shepherd of Hermas.
Dddasuk
I am a Christian and have read much, if not all, of the Bible but had never read, before now, any of the Apocrypha. Reading and studying the books of the Apocrypha was intellectually rewarding. There are many new (to me) stories of faith and sacrifice. I was particularly impressed with the parables of the books of The Shepherd of Hermas.
Dordred
It is what it is. It's okay. But I wouldn't have bought it after seeing it. I would give it less stars but blame myself for not posting questions first. The Ethopian Jews have many apocrophal books that go with the "Old Testament" but none of those were included.
Qusicam
Included in this book are all the books that are in the Ethiopian version of the Bible, all of the books in the Catholic cannon as well. All of the books that I read in here compliment the Bible well, and none of it is heretical nor does any of the teachings go against the doctrines of Christianity. These books are necessary, in my opinion, in filling the gaps of the Holy Bible. The book of Enoch, for example, fills in a lot of the story of Genesis when the fallen angels take women as wives and create the Nephilim (large giants) that lead up to the Flood. "The Apocrypha" could be purchased for this book alone. I started seeking out these lost books on the internet, but it is so much more valuable to have a hard copy of these works. The books of Ezras are amazing as well. 1 Ezra is in the standard Bible, and the books in "The Apocrypha" are a must for any eschatologist. This book is very long, much longer than I thought it would be. It is well over five hundred pages and reads a lot like the King James Version. Before 1850 these books used to be printed in most Bibles, and there are some theories that the information was removed because the information was deemed as too important and that it should be withheld from the general audience. By no means do these books trump the Bible. The Bible should be the core of devotional study, but these works compliment the Bible.

UPDATE 4/15/15 I just read the book of Clement, which is amazing. It should be in the New Testament! So eloquent and beautiful the way he talks about God! A lot of aphorisms in the book that read like proverbs that you can sit and ponder for a long time. Also fascinating how he talks about his contemporaries like Paul.
Hra
This book has a lot to offer. It explains the history of these scriptures in easy to read and understand language. I especially like the references to other scriptures. The only downside I see to this book is that it does not list the books at the tops of the pages, so when you go to find a different book, you have to refer to the page number, rather than a quick flip. Also, the chapter numbers could have been larger. But it is a real page turner and a refreshing read. A very good book.
Shem
The books of the Apocrypha tend to fill in the 400 years that God seemingly went silent between the old and the new testaments. Although not accepted into the 66 books that make up the majority of Christianity's Holy Bible they never the less are an interesting read. So buy the book and be enlightened.
MisterQweene
This book has 4 other books that are not in the kjv apocrypha. Book of hermas, letter of jeremiah, psalm 151, enoch, jubilees, 1 clements. This book was not an 8x10 but a 8x5.
Mayno
Would of been nice if instead of having authors name on every other page, to of had the name of the book/chapter i was reading. That was really the only flaw I found in this version of The Apocrypha. Although I am not very knowledgeable on The Apocrypha.

I do appreciate the time and work that Joseph Lumpkin put into creating this for others to learn.
This bible contains the books that were taken out long ago. Much knowledge and wisdom is gained through the other books, which were written for this final generation, they have the stolen keys to the kingdom written in them. I would search out all extra biblical texts, because they will help you understand the Bible, as well as how to follow Jesus. Shalom.
The Apocrypha: Including Books from the Ethiopic Bible ebook
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