MemberAugust 16, 2020 at 4:07 am
I’ve read a few on the list myself. Nothing ground breaking or revolutionary. In some cases I felt inclined to believe that some of them were divinely inspired. Such as Jubilees. But then again, most of them can be found in the את Cepher Bible, so I guess some biblical scholars agree. It’s nice to be able to read books without the false parameters of religion. Religion teaches that some books are “heretical” or “false teachings”.
And then you read them and you realise, someone is trying to hide information from you. That’s how I see it anyways. I’m an Israelite, the Bible is my history book. I’m not going to allow no Gentile heathens to dictate to me which books I can and cannot read. Their ancestors never wrote the Bible, mine did. That’s the kind of mindset you need to have when it comes to this sort of extra-biblical research.