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The Lost Books of the Bible

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The Lost Books of the Bible
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Publisher: Sacred Texts
ISBN/ASIN: B002LE7A6A

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This is a collection of New Testament Apocrypha, including many works which were admired and read by the early Christians, but which were later excluded from the canonical Bible. It includes accounts of the young Jesus, particularly the Gospel of Mary and the Protevangelion, which provides additional folklore about the birth and youthful adventures of Jesus.

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