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From The Dead Sea Scrolls: The Books of 1 Enoch and Jubilees

Narrated by: Steve Cook
Length: 9 hrs and 48 mins
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The Books of 1Enoch and Jubilees are by far the two most common extra-biblical texts discovered among the Dead Sea Scrolls. That alone is reason enough to study them with great interest. Below are a few more reasons to give each of these "time capsules" of Pre-Christian Jewish thought and theology the unabridged and uninterrupted listens they deserve. Only then can one completely grasp the teachings of the New Testament for oneself.

©2017 Robert Bagely III (P)2017 Steve Cook

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  • Elliott Walker
  • 23-11-2017

incredible Book

I wish I had more time to sit and just listen. it is very interesting very informative. I love it I love it I love it.

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  • Ayhan Celebi
  • 14-01-2019

Steve Cook is worse

While Dennis Logan May be annoying, Steve Cook is simply grating on the nerves. His dramatizations of Moses and God are unbearable and cringe. Dennis Logan is the lesser of the annoying narrators available on this subject.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 17-03-2019

Unsure

Reason I gave it 3 stars is because these books may be or are not really part of THE WORD. The performance was good enough, but some of the statements to Mount Sinai and Cain (in both books) scared me off. But I'm unsure as the message seems to be mostly right in line, save for some places where I (emphasis on I) am unsure

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  • Tyrone
  • 23-02-2018

very good

love this book very much explains the Bible in a very unique way it's good really good