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There is no internal reason for supposing this to be so, for the Apocryph is, as it stands, a self-contained whole, needing nothing to complete it. There are several other " books of Adam " in the library of Etschmiadzin, but all of them of a late and trifling des- cription: some of them were versifications of this Apocryph.

One of them, contained in an enormous folio for reading in church, is entitled " A History of the Repentance of Adam and Eve, the First-created. How they Fared. At the close of it, it is re- lated that Adam and Eve's bodies were laid by Sem Shem in his portion, in a place now called Shamajtoun, i.

This latter treatise is, therefore, a Christianised version of our Apocryph ; and though I copied the greater portion of it, I do not think it merits to be published. On the Apocalypse of Moses. Marr, of the University of Petersburg, has printed some portions of the Adam book here translated in an article on Armenian apocryphs, contained in the Transac- tions or Bulletin of the Eastern Section of the Russian Imperial Archaeological Society, , Vols.

I have made my translation from a photographic copy of the book which I made on the spot. The MS. It contains many other apocryphs of a similar nature to this one. Jajic has lately published an old Slavonic book of Adam, which I have not had an opportunity of comparing with the Greek and Armenian. It would no doubt prove a valuable aid towards the determination of the earliest form of the Text.

From the MS. A history 1 of the life of Adam and Eva, the first-created, after their expulsion from the garden of delight. And there he dwelt for eighteen years and two months ; and after that Adam approached his wife Eva, and she conceived and bore two sons, Anlojs 2 i.

But subsequently, while Adam and his wife were sleeping, Eva saw a dream. Then Eva awoke Adam, and told the dream to Adam, and said as follows : ´┐Ż " My lord, I saw in a dream by night, that blood of our son Abel was poured 4 into the mouth of Cain, his brother, and he drauk the blood of his brother.

But Habel prayed him to leave him a little of his blood. But he hearkened not unto him, but instantly drank 1 The Greek Codices have not only the title as translated in the Arm. Ceriani, aSiaQwrov, which answers to the Arm. And they went and found that Habel had been slain by the hands of his brother Cain. And God said to the archangel Michael : " Go and say unto Adam : The mystery of the dream which thou didst see, tell it not to thy son Cain. For he is a son of destruction.

But Adam kept all that was said in his heart. Likewise also his wife. But Eva continually sorrowed in her soul for their son Habel. But after that Adam again approached his wife Eva and she conceived and bore Seth. Let us then arise and give glory and praise to God.

And there came to be sons of Adam in number thirty, 2 and the length of his life which he lived on the earth was years. And after that it happened unto him to fall sick. And Adam called with a loud voice and said : " Let there be summoned all my sons together before me, that I may behold them before I die.

Seth said unto him : " my father, surely thou art bringing to mind the delight and the enjoyment of the garden of God, and the diverse variety of fruits of which thou didst daily eat? And because of that sorrow of thine is thy sickness.

Should this be so? O my sire, tell me, and I will go and bring to thee of the fruit of the garden of life. For I will go and will place dust 4 on my head, and will lament before it, and will beseech the Lord God ; and the Lord heareth the voice of the prayer of his servant, and sendeth his angels, and will fulfil my desire ; and I will bring unto thee of the fruit of the garden of life to be thy food, that, tasting of it, thou mayest be made whole of thy sickness.

Tell me, father mine. Adam saith unto him : " Hear me, my child, with patience. When God created me and thy mother Eva, because of whom I am dying, he also gave me a command to taste of and enjoy all the fruits of the garden, but of one tree he com- manded me not to taste thereof.

And he saith to me : ' If ye eat qf the same with death shall ye die' 2 ; and that time was near when angels looked to your mother Eva for her to render homage before God.

Why hidest thou thyself from my face? For a house cannot be hidden from its builder. But the second blow will fall on thine ears ; and thus, one by one, there shall be woes and strokes that befall all thy members. And when Adam had said all this to his sons, he drew a deep sigh, and said : " What shall I do, for in great sorrow is my soul? Because on my account did this come upon thee, and by reason of me wilt thou be in toil.

C omits. And I said to the Lord : The woman, whom thou gavest me, she gave me from the tree, and I did eat. And the Lord said to me. D reads, "seventy-two. D adds : " Through me in the sweat of thy brow thou eatest thy bread ; through me thou sufferest all things.

Q The Jewish Quarterly Review. But they arose and went opposite to the garden ; and when they came into the road, 2 then Eva looked and beheld her son Seth, that a wild beast fought with him. And Eva wept bitterly, and cried : "Woe to me, woe to me, woe to me! For if it be unto me to come unto the day of resurrection, all sinners of my progeny will come to curse me, and will say : [Cursed be Eva, for] she has not kept safe the observance of the Lord her God, [and because of this we shall all die with death.

For from thee was the beginning [of the loosing] of wild beasts. For when thy mouth was opened to eat of the fruit of the tree, of which God commanded you not to eat of the same, and thou didst eat and transgress the commandment of God, then our nature changed into disobedience to men. And now therefore [bandy not words with me, but hold thy peaee, for] thou canst not bear it if I begin to chide thee.

But Seth said to the beast : " Shut thy mouth and be silent, and hold off from the image of God until the day of judgment. But Seth and his mother Eva having got quit of the wild beast, came nigh to the garden of the Lord, and they wept and lamented, and prayed the Lord to send his angels and give unto them the anointing of pity.

For in the present this shall not be ; but going thou shalt behold thy father end his earthly or temporal life. And his time is at hand. For after three days he will pass away lit. D omits this clause.

But Seth and his mother came and returned 2 to where Adam was placed and lay in sickness. And Adam said to Eva : "0 Eva, what hast thou done unto me, because thou hast brought upon me wrath exceeding, which 3 also shall be inherited by all the race of my offspring. But his sons along with Eva sat around the bed of their father and wept exceedingly. Said to them their mother Eva : " Children, so your father dies, and I with bim ; and now, my children, give ear unto me, and I will relate to you the envy.

And she began to say as follows : "God, who loveth man and is merciful, fashioned me and your father Adam ; and placed us in the garden of delight, to govern and rule over all things which grew therein. But from one tree he commanded us to abstain from the same ; the which Satan beheld, to wit our glory and honour ; and having found tfie serpent the wisest animal of all which are on the whole earth, Ch. And as his soul goes forth, thou art about to behold his ascent aixnW all terrible.

And he saith to her : 'Summon all our children and our children's children, and inform them of the mode of our transgression.

But I guarded in my portion the south and west. But the devil went into the portion of Adam, where were the male beasts. For God divided them for us, and apportioned the males to your father, but the females to me. And each of us watched.

And the devil spake to the serpent and said : Rise up and come to me. And he arose and went to him. And the devil said to him. Why dost thou eat of the tares of Adam and not, of the garden? Arise, and we will cause him to be expelled from the garden, as we also were expelled through him.

The serpent said. Q 2 The Jewish Quarterly Review. Thou seest how much worth God has hestowed on the man. But we have been dishonoured ; so hearken unto me and come, let us go and drive him out of the garden, out of which we have been driven because of him. And instantly the serpent hung himself from and lay along the wall of the garden ; and when the angels went forth to do homage, then Satan having taken the form of an angel, sang the songs of praise. And I looked and saw him there on the wall in the form of an angel.

And he spake and said to me : 'Art thou Eva? Then saith the serpent unto me : 'As God is alive, my soul hath exceeding sorrow because of thee, 8 and I desire not thy ignorance.

But take and eat of yonder fruit ; and then forthwith shalt thou know the honour of that tree. And being jealous of you because thereof, he forbade you to eat of the same. And now do thou take and eat of the fruit, and thou shalt behold the highest glory.

And when I heard these words spoken by him, I opened the door of the garden and entered into the garden of delight ; for I was without when the serpent spake unto me. But he went in after me and said to me , ' CoTie after me, and I will give to thee of the fruit. The devil answered by the mouth of the serpent : Ye do well, but ye do not eat of all that grows.

And I said : We eat of all, save of one tree only, which is in the middle of the garden," etc. And when we had gone a little way, he turned back and said to me craftily : ' I will not give thee of yonder fruit to eat, unless thou swear unto me, that when thou eatest it, thou wilt give also to thy husband to eat of the same. And now then I swear to thee on the throne of the Lord and on the Cherubin which bear it up and hold it, and on the tree of life, that when I shall have eaten, I will give also to my husband, even as thou tellest me to swear.

For desire is the leader in all sin. And he took hold of the bough of the tree of knowledge, and bent it down to the earth, and I took and eat of the fruit thereof. And at once my eyes were opened, and I knew that I was naked of the right- eousness with which I had clad myself.

And I wept bitterly, and I said unto the serpent : ' Why hast thou done this thing, offspring of wickedness, and why hast thou deceived me and deprived me of my glory?

But he, when he heard this, at once went down from the tree and disappeared! And I sought on my part for leaves in order to cover my shame, and I found them not. And I took thereof and girdled myself and hid the nakedness of my body. And I cry out to your father, and say : ' Adam, where art thou. Arise and come unto me, and I will shew thee wonderful things. And I opened my lips, because Satan gave unto me to speak the words of blasphemy and of contumacy. And I say unto him : ' Come, my lord Adam, hearken unto my words, and eat of the fruit of the tree of which the Lord commanded us that we should not eat of the same, and thou shalt become Grod.

And he said to me : ' thou woman, why hast thou done this thing unto me, and hast deprived me of the glory of God? And ia that hour we heard the voice of Michael the archangel, sounding his trumpet and saying to all the angels : 'Thus saiih the Lord of Hosts : "Come ye all, and go down with me into the garden, and hear the judgment with which I shall will to judge Adam.

And the Lord God came into the garden sitting upon a chariot of Cherubin, and all the angels gave praise before him. And when he entered into the garden all the plants which are in the garden instantly blossomed and burgeoned, all 1 which were around Adam ; likewise, also, those which were around me.

And the throne of the God- head was set at the tree of life. And the Lord God cried aloud to thy father Adam and said : ' Adam, where art thou bidden? Dost thou think thyself hidden from my all-seeing eyes, that I should not find thee? For the house is not hidden from him that builded it. But we fear thee, for we are naked.

He turned to me and said : ' Why hast thou done this thing? Then the Lord God said to thy father Adam : ' Foras- much as thou hast done this, and bast not kept my commandment, but hast listened to the voice of thy wife, the earth shall be cursed in thy works.

For thou shalt woik it, and it shall not give thee its strength ; but thorns and thistles shall it bring forth for thee, and by the sweat of thy brows thou shalt eat thy bread.

Upon thy navel and thy belly shalt thou go, and shalt be deprived of thy hands and thy feet : and there shall not be left to thee an ear, nor wings, nor any of thy other members for thee to have, 2 forasmuch as by thine evil devices thou hast worsted and deceived these beings, and hast caused them to be expelled from the garden of delight.

And I will place enmity between thee and this woman, between thy seed and hers ; tbey shall serve thy head, and thou shalt serve the sole of their foot until the day of judgment.

And the Lord turned and said to me': 'Forasmuch as thou hast listened to this serpent, despising my commandment, thou shalt be in empty paius and pangs that cannot be alleviated.

Thou shalt bear many children in sorrow, and 4 in thy labours thou shalt be straitened, and in thy life and in thy distress thou shalt make confession, and shalt say : "O Lord God, save me in this present, and henceforth I will not turn me to the same sinning in my flesh. And there thy turning shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee. And thereafter the Lord gave a command to his holy angels to drive us out of the garden of delight.

And when they had driven and led us out, we lamented much and wept bitterly. And your father Adam saith to me : ' Grant me a little respite, that I may pray to God who loveth man, in order that he may perhaps have compassion on me, for I rest, be pressed hard by bitterness and not taste of sweetness, be oppressed by heat and straitened by cold. And thou shalt weary much, and not be rich, and shalt grow fat, but not reach thine end, and those beasts which thou ruledst shall rise up against thee and rebel, because thou hast not kept my commandment.

And thou shalt con- fess," etc. The Grk. Did I not of myself make them? And the Lord turned to Adam and said to him : ' I will not permit thee now and henceforth to be there in the garden. But there shall be unto thee 2 thy war, which the enemy has sown for thee. But when thou shalt remove thyself from the garden and keep thyself from all wickedness, and bear in mind death ; 3 after thine ending, in the coming of the resurrection, I will raise thee up, and then I will give to thee of the fruit of life and thou shalt abide deathless for ever.

And the Lord, having said this, commanded the angels to drive us out of the garden. And then your father Adam wept bitterly in the garden before the angels. And the angels say unto him : ' What wilt thou that we do to thee, Adam? But the angels approached the Lord, and said: ' Hojili Hojil,' 4 which is translated King eternal. But he begged him to leave him a little of it. Yet he hearkened 3 not to him, but gulped down the whole; nor did it stay in his stomach, but came out of his mouth.

And Adam said, 'Let us arise and go 4 and see what has happened to them. I fear lest the adversary may be assailing them somewhere. Table of Contents 1. The Testament of Adam Syriac and Arabic 3. The Cave of Treasures Syriac and Arabic 4. Life of Abel, by Symmachus Syriac 7.

Syriac Book of Seth Syriac 8. Apocalypse of Enoch Syriac Tractate of Shem Syriac History of Melchizedek Syriac and Arabic Joseph and Asenath Recension Two Syriac History of Joseph Syriac History of Joseph Arabic Dormition of Joseph, the Son of Jacob Arabic Testament of the Twelve Patriarchs Syriac The Names of the Wives of the Patriarchs Syriac The Book of Jubilees Syriac The Life of Moses Arabic Instruction of David to Solomon Arabic The Palace of Solomon Arabic Questions of the Queen of Sheba to Solomon Syriac Testament of Solomon to Rehoboam his son Arabic The Final Counsel of Solomon Arabic The Death of Solomon Arabic Aphikia 2 Recensions Arabic History of the Rechabites Syriac and Arabic History of the Prophet Elijah Arabic Shamuni Arabic Apocalypse of Daniel Arabic On Daniel and the boy Caleb Arabic The Tiburtine Sibyl Syriac and Arabic.

Rabbi Adam Ruditsky. Peter Terry. A re-examination of the meaning of a brief saying attributed to Jesus in the Gospel of John, in comparison with other of his sayings, and with reference to Jewish canonical and non-canonical text. The purpose of this re-examination is to explore whether the traditional Jewish and Christian interpretations of Jesus' words are flawed, and whether a new interpretation is justified. Colby Townsend.

This study explores the influence of the King James Bible KJV on the Book of Mormon BM by examining how the BM appropriates and adapts the text of the J source of the Pentateuch´┐Ża narrative strand from Genesis to Deuteronomy´┐Żand weaves phrases, ideas, motifs, and characters into the text. Through close reading and analysis the study highlights the gaps between the meaning of Gen. The BM employs a thoroughly 19th century American-Christian worldview in both its use of the J source and its interpretation of that important text.

This study has important implications for BM studies broadly and for historical-critical studies of the BM in particular. Past studies have identified limited influence of the KJV on the text for several reasons, but whatever the reasons it is clear that there are specific ways to move the field forward.

Studies have focused on the block quotations of Isaiah in the BM, and some have explored the use of Sermon on the Mount in 3 Nephi and other portions of the text. Unfortunately, there are very few studies that have attempted to broaden the scope and look at the influence of a larger section of the KJV and its more subtle uses throughout the entire BM.

It is my hope that this study can be a stepping-stone of sorts for future work. I have looked specifically at how the BM uses parts of Genesis through Deuteronomy, but this leaves the door open to exploring the influence of any and all of the other parts of the KJV and their influence on the text of the BM.

Zen Garcia. I discovered that during these earlier readings whenever I got to the portion on the courses of the heavenly luminaries that no matter how much I studied them, I could not understand that portion of the text and so would always skip ahead to the next part. As I began to read chapters , I found to my utter amazement that I was indeed able to grasp those passages. Without such conception, it is in my opinion impossible to apply the descriptions of their motions to model of the earth as a spherical planet.

Having discernment of the flat earth was key that allowed me to decipher as revelation The Book of the Courses of the Heavenly Luminaries contained in the Book of Enoch. I knew immediately then that there were probably not many individuals alive today which understood what I now knew since most of the world still believes that the earth spins once daily as it orbits annually around the sun.

And so I searched the Internet and Amazon to see if anyone had written a book which united the concepts of the flat earth with the Book of Enoch.

And because I did not find anything of the sort, I decided to begin that day, an outline which lead to the chapters of this book. Jo Angeline Diendo. Wilmington's Guide to the Bible with Setswana translation.

Peter Thompson. One of the books of the Jerusalem library, published discreetly by Clement around AD 75, featuring a review of the events and geneaology of Genesis. Finished during Ezra's generation, the writings were probably gathered during the later years of the exile circa BC.

Modified slighty by the second generation of Christians, and then later again by Muslims. The Book of Rolls is chronicle of events, therefore probably written at the same time as the two books of Chronicles. The book is an edition of Genesis, written in the style of the book of Asher, with geneology rolls added to it. For the purposes of presentation, the writings from the exile BC were presented in a Christian setting, a common practice at the time. An introduction typical of the Christian chuch in AD 90 is followed by a record of Genesis, and geneaologies that resemble Chronicles and Matthew.

The testaments of the patriarchs of Genesis resembles a book of testaments by the patriarchs, a theme followed by the Book of the Testaments of the Patriarchs, a book that dates to the generation after the exile, yet that may have been partly written during the later exile, a time of much literary activity that was probably intended to prove to Cyrus the justification for releasing the Israelites back to their homeland.

Samuel Amirtharaj. Rajatkumar Dani. The Argument Moses in effect declareth the things which are here chiefly to be considered: First, that the world, and all things therein, were created by God, and that man being placed in this great Tabernacle of the world to behold God's wonderful works, and to praise his Name for the infinite graces, wherewith he had endued him, fell willingly from God through disobedience; who yet for his own mercies' sake restored him to life, and confirmed him in the same by his promise of Christ to come, by whom he should overcome Satan, death and hell.

Secondly, that the wicked, unmindful of God's most excellent benefits, remained still in their wickedness, and so falling most horribly from sin to sin, provoked God who by his preachers called them continually to repentance at length to destroy the whole world.

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It provides more detail about the Fall of Man, including Eve's version of the story. Satan explains that he rebelled when God commanded him to bow down to Adam. After Adam dies, he and all his descendants are promised a resurrection.

The final book of the Bible, Revelation prophesies the ultimate judgement of mankind in a series of allegorical visions, grisly images and numerological predictions. According to these, empires will fall, the "Beast" will be destroyed and Christ will rule a new Jerusalem.

With an introduction by Will Self. Collected and Translated by Montague Rhodes James. There are many ancient, lost books relating to the Bible and this work covers the ones that are most hard to find, dating between BCE and CE. In many cases we do not have the full works, but have various sections and fragments. The author, Montague James, used quotations found mostly in the works of the Greek Ante-Nicene Fathers like Origen, Hippolytus and Clement of Alexandria to piece together what we are missing.

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But he went in after me and said to me , ' CoTie after me, and I will give to thee of the fruit. The devil answered by the mouth of the serpent : Ye do well, but ye do not eat of all that grows.

And I said : We eat of all, save of one tree only, which is in the middle of the garden," etc. And when we had gone a little way, he turned back and said to me craftily : ' I will not give thee of yonder fruit to eat, unless thou swear unto me, that when thou eatest it, thou wilt give also to thy husband to eat of the same.

And now then I swear to thee on the throne of the Lord and on the Cherubin which bear it up and hold it, and on the tree of life, that when I shall have eaten, I will give also to my husband, even as thou tellest me to swear.

For desire is the leader in all sin. And he took hold of the bough of the tree of knowledge, and bent it down to the earth, and I took and eat of the fruit thereof. And at once my eyes were opened, and I knew that I was naked of the right- eousness with which I had clad myself.

And I wept bitterly, and I said unto the serpent : ' Why hast thou done this thing, offspring of wickedness, and why hast thou deceived me and deprived me of my glory? But he, when he heard this, at once went down from the tree and disappeared!

And I sought on my part for leaves in order to cover my shame, and I found them not. And I took thereof and girdled myself and hid the nakedness of my body. And I cry out to your father, and say : ' Adam, where art thou. Arise and come unto me, and I will shew thee wonderful things.

And I opened my lips, because Satan gave unto me to speak the words of blasphemy and of contumacy. And I say unto him : ' Come, my lord Adam, hearken unto my words, and eat of the fruit of the tree of which the Lord commanded us that we should not eat of the same, and thou shalt become Grod.

And he said to me : ' thou woman, why hast thou done this thing unto me, and hast deprived me of the glory of God?

And ia that hour we heard the voice of Michael the archangel, sounding his trumpet and saying to all the angels : 'Thus saiih the Lord of Hosts : "Come ye all, and go down with me into the garden, and hear the judgment with which I shall will to judge Adam.

And the Lord God came into the garden sitting upon a chariot of Cherubin, and all the angels gave praise before him. And when he entered into the garden all the plants which are in the garden instantly blossomed and burgeoned, all 1 which were around Adam ; likewise, also, those which were around me.

And the throne of the God- head was set at the tree of life. And the Lord God cried aloud to thy father Adam and said : ' Adam, where art thou bidden?

Dost thou think thyself hidden from my all-seeing eyes, that I should not find thee? For the house is not hidden from him that builded it. But we fear thee, for we are naked. He turned to me and said : ' Why hast thou done this thing? Then the Lord God said to thy father Adam : ' Foras- much as thou hast done this, and bast not kept my commandment, but hast listened to the voice of thy wife, the earth shall be cursed in thy works.

For thou shalt woik it, and it shall not give thee its strength ; but thorns and thistles shall it bring forth for thee, and by the sweat of thy brows thou shalt eat thy bread. Upon thy navel and thy belly shalt thou go, and shalt be deprived of thy hands and thy feet : and there shall not be left to thee an ear, nor wings, nor any of thy other members for thee to have, 2 forasmuch as by thine evil devices thou hast worsted and deceived these beings, and hast caused them to be expelled from the garden of delight.

And I will place enmity between thee and this woman, between thy seed and hers ; tbey shall serve thy head, and thou shalt serve the sole of their foot until the day of judgment. And the Lord turned and said to me': 'Forasmuch as thou hast listened to this serpent, despising my commandment, thou shalt be in empty paius and pangs that cannot be alleviated.

Thou shalt bear many children in sorrow, and 4 in thy labours thou shalt be straitened, and in thy life and in thy distress thou shalt make confession, and shalt say : "O Lord God, save me in this present, and henceforth I will not turn me to the same sinning in my flesh.

And there thy turning shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee. And thereafter the Lord gave a command to his holy angels to drive us out of the garden of delight.

And when they had driven and led us out, we lamented much and wept bitterly. And your father Adam saith to me : ' Grant me a little respite, that I may pray to God who loveth man, in order that he may perhaps have compassion on me, for I rest, be pressed hard by bitterness and not taste of sweetness, be oppressed by heat and straitened by cold. And thou shalt weary much, and not be rich, and shalt grow fat, but not reach thine end, and those beasts which thou ruledst shall rise up against thee and rebel, because thou hast not kept my commandment.

And thou shalt con- fess," etc. The Grk. Did I not of myself make them? And the Lord turned to Adam and said to him : ' I will not permit thee now and henceforth to be there in the garden.

But there shall be unto thee 2 thy war, which the enemy has sown for thee. But when thou shalt remove thyself from the garden and keep thyself from all wickedness, and bear in mind death ; 3 after thine ending, in the coming of the resurrection, I will raise thee up, and then I will give to thee of the fruit of life and thou shalt abide deathless for ever.

And the Lord, having said this, commanded the angels to drive us out of the garden. And then your father Adam wept bitterly in the garden before the angels. And the angels say unto him : ' What wilt thou that we do to thee, Adam? But the angels approached the Lord, and said: ' Hojili Hojil,' 4 which is translated King eternal. And the Lord God bade that Adam be brought before him, that he might receive the incense of sweet odour and the seeds of his food, giving leave unto his angels. And Adam came before the Lord.

And the Lord God bade there be given to him four things, which are the following : crocus, which is saffron ; and nard, which is phajla- 1 The G-rk. And when he had received all these, we went forth from the garden, and we beheld ourselves placed in this earth. But do ye forthwith be on your guard, lest ye also forfeit the glory of God. And all this did Era relate to her sons ; and Adam lay before them much afflicted in his sickness.

And when they were silent there arose Adam from his sleep. And Eva said unto him : "Wherefore dost thou die and I remain alive, my lord? Or for how long a time do I wait to come after thine end- ing?

Acquaint me with the truth. But when I shall die cover me 3 ; and suffer not any one of thy sons to behold 4 me, until the angel shall ordain what is to be done concerning me.

For God neglects me not, but seeks out the vessels which he fashioned. Now, therefore, arise and remain in prayer until there shall pass forth my spirit from my body this day into the hand of my Lord who gave it unto me. Oh, for I know not, how I 6 shall meet my Creator, lest haply he be wroth concerning me, or on the contrary he may have pity on me in his compassion.

For sin and trans- gressions have from me originated in the world. The Greek Text has not them. And do thou look and behold his spirit ascending unto heaven to his Maker to be before him.

But Eva having arisen cleansed with her hands her face 3 from her excessive tears ; for lier eyes were swollen with weeping. And having raised her eyes to heaven, she beholds a fiery chariot raised aloft by four fiery beasts, 4 and the tongue of man is too weak to tell forth the sheen of their glory. And they bore his spirit to the place wherein?

And angels went before the chariot. But when they came nigh to that place, the chariot stopped along with the cherubin and Adam upon it ; she beheld also censers of gold and three canopies, and angels went with fragrant incense taking the censers, and came in haste into the holy tabernacle, and kindling fire they cast the incense into the censers, and the smoke of the incense so went forth as to overshadow the firmament of heaven.

And the angels prostrated themselves in adoration before God, crying all of them aloud and saying : " Eliajil, which is being translated Lord, king of eternity, vouchsafe remission to Adam, for he is thine image and the work of thy spotless hands. And Eva wept bitterly. And Eva turned and spake, and said to Seth her son : " My child, stand firm over the body" of thy father, and come to me and see what no one hath seen with his eyes.

And behold how all the angels beseech the Lord concerning thy father Adam. Bat Seth arose and went to his mother, and said unto her : " Why weepest thou, mother mine? When they came to the place where lay your father Adam, the chariot halted, and the seraphim were between your father and the chariot. And I saw gold censers and three cups ; and lo, all the angels with frankincense and with censers and the cups or vials came to the altar and blew them, and the vapour of the incense hid the firmaments," etc.

For he is thine image. And who then may be yonder two men, the Ethiops, who stand before God, beseeching the Lord for thy father Adam V " Oh. Seth said unto her : "0 my mother, yonder two men whom thou beholdest are the sun and the moon, who stand and beseech God, falling upon their faces, concerning my father Adam. How darkened do they appear! And as Seth spake this word unto his mother Eva, on a sudden one of the archangels blew his trumpet, and instantly all the angels arose, who were fallen on their faces before God.

And they called out with a loud uproar and with terrible voice : " Blessed is the glory of the Lord by his creatures. For that he hath taken pity on those that were fashioned by his hands, upon Adam. But who are the two Ethiops," etc. Poterat enina scribi axtpovaiaSa. In the same sec- tion of the Apoc. Its waters were brighter than gold and silver, and none might enter it, except after repentance of their sins. The Syriac version of the Apoc.

Pauli renders it " the sea of Eucharista. And again he brought and placed him before God ; and he spent three hours, fallen on his face on the earth. But after this he stretched forth his hand, who is lord of all, he that sat on his throne.

And having taken Adam, he gave him into the hand of Michael the archangel, saying to him : "Bear him unto the second heaven 1 and let him repose until the day of the great renewal, which I will bring as salvation in the midst of the earth, because of Adam and all his children. And all the angels sang a strain of praise and the songs of angels. They marvelled at God's love of man, and at the acceptable pardon of Adam.

But after so much rejoicing, which there was concerning Adam, Michael the archangel spake unto the father of light concerning Adam, and said to him : " Lord, let all the angels be gathered together before God, each according to his order.

And angels came down from heaven and went before him, all of them, and descended unto the earth, at the spot in which was lying the body of Adam. And having come thither, the Lord entered into the garden with the heavenly hosts. Then the plants and fruit-bearing trees all blossomed forth together, and there breathed forth a sweet odour, so that all who were born of Adam, were stupefied and fell into a deep sleep, from the odour wafted to them from the bloom and blossom of the garden.

But Seth alone was not stupefied : for the Lord wished to shew unto Mm the wonders which he was about to work. But the Lord God 3 having looked, beheld the body of Adam lying just as it was on the earth. He was much distressed in his love of man, and he said : " O Adam, wherefore hast thou done this, for if thou hadst kept my commandment, which I gave to thee, they would not be rejoicing who have brought thee into yonder place of thine?

But now I say to thee, that when my sal- vation shall be manifested to the world, I will turn their rejoicing into sorrow ; but thy sorrow I will turn into rejoicing. For I will restore thee unto thy primal glory, 4 and seat thee on a throne of thy 1 In the Grk. And he shall come to that place, wherein thou art now lying, and he shall behold thee become higher than himself. And then he himself shall be judged and all his worshippers.

And I send him into thegehenna of fire. And he shall be much affrighted and will sorrow, beholding thee sitting on his throne.

And when God had spoken these words to Adam, the archangel Michael again said 1 : " Come to the kingdom, which is in the second heaven, and thou shalt take there three linen robes, white and purple, and shalt bring them hither.

And God commanded Michael the archangel to envelop the body of Adam, saying thus : " Spread ye out those fine linen cloths of yours and envelop him, and bring ye of the oil of anointing, of fragrant smell, and scatter it over him. And when they had enfolded the body of Adam,, God commanded them to bring the body of Abel the jusr. And they bore and laid it before God.

And God commanded them to bear in like manner linen cloths, and envelop the body of Abel the just ; because his body was not wrapped up by anyone, from the day on upon which Jain slew his brother.

For Cain himself was desirous to keep it, 2 but was not able ; for that the earth would not receive his body. But there was a voice of summoning from the earth to Cain saying : " I am not willing to receive the body of the first-formed, which they received from me. But the Lord God commanded the angels to lift up his body and carry it into the region of the garden unto that place in which the Lord had taken clay or dust and fashioned Adam.

And he commanded that they should cleave the earth asunder and bury them together. And the Lord gave command to seven holy archangels to come and bring forth from the kingdom many odours. And the archangels came and brought them, even as the Lord commanded. And they laid the fragrant spices in the place in which he commanded them 1 According to the Grk. And the three great angels tended him.

And when they had finished tending Adam, G-od bade the body of Abel also to be brought. For his body would leap up from the ground and a voice issued from the earth, saying, A second creation shall not be hidden in the earth, until there be given up to me the first creation which was taken from me, the dust of me from whom it was taken. And then they took the body of the twain and laid them in the place in which they had cloven asunder the sepulchre; and they covered it over with clay or dust.

But mightily 2 do I give thee good tidings of my power and unto all nations of the sons of men, who are of thy children. When he said this, the Lord God made a sign or monument 3 , triangular, and with it sealed their sepulchre ; that no one might come nigh thereunto for six days, until the dast return whence it was taken.

And when he had completed all this our Lord ascended into heaven in glory. But Evadid not comprehend where was laid his body. She was filled with great sorrow and wept bitterly because of his death, and again because of not knowing his body, what it was become. For as we said before, all were stupefied together with Eva, in that time in which the Lord descended into the garden of delight concerning the body of Adam. And so all these marvels took place ; but no one of them knew, but only Seth, their son.

But after this, when the time of Eva's end came, she arose even of herself, and fell to praying with tears and said : " Lord God of all natures, Creator of creation, separate me not from the body of thy servant Adam.

For thou didst even make me out of the body of Adam, and from his bones didst thou even fashion me ; and I pray thee, make me worthy, who am unworthy, and make worthy the sinful body of thy hand-maid ; that it be not separated from the body of Adam, even as aforetime I was together with him in yon garden.

For though we had transgressed thy command, we were not divided from one another. But thereafter Michael the archangel along with three archangels lifted up the body of Eva, and took and buried it in the place in ' In the Grk. I will raise thee in the resurrection with every race of men sprung from thy seed.

Then the Lord and his angels proceeded unto their place. But Eve also after the fulfilling of six days fell asleep.

The story is written from the viewpoint of the angel. The angelic monolog takes place after the exodus of the children of Israel out of Egypt. The setting is atop Mount Sinai, where Moses was summoned by God. The text then unfolds as the angel reveals heavens viewpoint of history. We are lead through the creation of man, Adams fall from grace, the union of fallen angles and earthly women, the birth of demonic offspring, the cleansing of the earth by flood, and the astonishing claim that mans very nature was somehow changed, bringing about a man with less sinful qualities than his antediluvian counterpart.

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The Life of Adam and Eve, also known, in its Greek version, as the Apocalypse of Moses, is a Jewish pseudepigraphical group of writings. It recounts the lives of Adam and Eve from after their expulsion from the Garden of Eden to their deaths. It provides more detail about the Fall of Man, including Eve's version of the story. Satan explains that he rebelled when God commanded him to bow down to Adam. After Adam dies, he and all his descendants are promised a resurrection. The final book of the Bible, Revelation prophesies the ultimate judgement of mankind in a series of allegorical visions, grisly images and numerological predictions.

According to these, empires will fall, the "Beast" will be destroyed and Christ will rule a new Jerusalem. With an introduction by Will Self. Collected and Translated by Montague Rhodes James. There are many ancient, lost books relating to the Bible and this work covers the ones that are most hard to find, dating between BCE and CE. In many cases we do not have the full works, but have various sections and fragments.

The author, Montague James, used quotations found mostly in the works of the Greek Ante-Nicene Fathers like Origen, Hippolytus and Clement of Alexandria to piece together what we are missing. He also uses important lists compiled from Greek, Latin and other languages in order to reveal what we know of other missing books that would, in some cases, otherwise be unheard of.

This important piece of scholarship should be part of anyone's library who is seriously researching lost and ancient texts. Considered by many to be 'the last important product of the Apocalyptic movement', The Apocalypse of Abraham is an apocryphon, a work that belongs to a body of prophetic Abrahamic literature flourishing about the time of Christ. The text details the Destruction of the Temple and thus was written after 70 AD.

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