By Joseph B. Lumpkin

Books Banned, Rejected, And Forbidden From The Bible part One misplaced Scriptures of the outdated testomony Enoch Jubilees Jasher part Apocalyptic Writings and the top of Days Apocalypse of Abraham Apocalypse of Thomas four Ezra 2 Baruch part 3 misplaced Scriptures of the recent testomony Gospel of Philip Gospel of Mary Magdalene Apocryphon of John Gospel of Thomas Gospel of Judas Acts 29

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