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Lost Books of the Bible

Most followers of churches using the King James Bible feel they have the complete book with all the writings used by the first church and the nation of Israel before it. This work presents evidence that this is not true.

In a manner that is somewhat similar to a modern research paper, citations appear in both the Old and New Testaments. The inspired writers sometimes referred to certain works that no longer exista fact that has caused some people to question the accuracy and completeness of the Bible. Atheists and skeptics claim that if it was truly Gods Word, then it would not lack any composition cited. Massimo Franceschini, an Italian convert to Mormonism, has suggested that the biblical text is more than sixty-five percent incomplete, due, in part, to the lost books cited within the Bible itself (Franceschini, 2002). If the Bible is, at most, thirty-five percent complete, then the Christian faith can be no more complete than that. Duane Christensen, in the October 1998 issue of Bible Review, listed twenty-three referenced books that have been lost in antiquity (14[5]:29), to which we can add seven additional works mentioned in the Bible. Such compositions as the Book of Jashar (Joshua 10:13; 2 Samuel 1:18), the Acts of Gad the Seer (1 Chronicles 29:29), and Pauls previous Corinthian letter (see 1 Corinthians 5:9) are among the thirty cited workstwenty-eight from the Old Testament era, and two from the New Testament erathat are not included in the canon of Scripture, and that are missing from secular history. The contents of these books are known only by the fact that they are cited or quoted. Upon further examination, however, it appears that some of them actually may exist in another form.

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         You are right about other Books Written and made referance too which are not represented in the Bible which has had  66 books chosen from a various number of books 
           66 Books which they themselves tell us that  they are the only matter of referance that we need to totally understand God and his Plan for this Universe
            If you Dont know God then the ideas of comprehending the bible and its message is unattainable cause of the understanding made void through God himself not blessing you with the revelation you need to enable to have insight into the deep Mysteries that have been since time began
            i say to you without any dispute you have your life time to find the truth, not investigating it is detrimental to your exsistance in eternity wether you believe in life after death or not has no bearing on this discussion 
           The Bible says : "After death the judgement" it doesnt say you might live again after you die it says you will 100% face a judgement after you die end of story

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  1) the buds on the Isreali candle stick 39 + 27 = 66
  2) How many Chapters in Isaiah    66
  3) If you have the Time to mathematically take each Hebrew and Greek letter in every Word in its place and lay them out calculating and Dividing by seven you would have the most perfect multiples of seven you have ever seen with the 66 Books take one word out or even one letter out or a verse or a chapter and it destroys the perfection of its numerical pattern  



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And to think..these fat dumbasses actually believe people are going to click those links. It's a shame they don't have anything better to do.



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I believe the bible to be the word of God as far as it is translated correctly. I am using the KJV bible but I know that it is not complete and there are some errors in the translation. However, I am not primarily concern on the mistakes or missing books. I am after the lessons I learned from the stories written in it.

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