Apocalypse of Moses

The Apocalypse of Moses was a popular early Christian-era work, that is believed to have originally been a Jewish texts, and was then adopted by the earliest Christians. Based on the references to a god above Iaw (Yahweh in Hebrew), the primary god from the Jewish Tanakh and Christian Old Testament, it seems unlikely this text was originally written by a Pharisee. More

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About the Series: The Life of Adam and Eve
The Life of Adam and Eve is believed to have originally been written in Aramaic, sometime during the Second Temple Era, however, no Aramaic copies exist today. It was very popular in the Early Christian era, and quoted by the Apostle Paul, however, never ended up in the Christian Bibles as it was not in the Septuagint, the old Greek translation of the Jewish scriptures done at the Library of Alexandria between 300 and 132 BC. Various versions of the Life of Adam and Eve survive, in Greek, Latin, Armenian, Old Slavonic, and Georgian, and additional works are believed to have been inspired by it, such as the Cave of Treasures, and the Conflict of Adam and Eve with Satan. The Life of Adam and Eve, had influenced both Christianity and Islam, although it is rarely read by either Christians or Muslims today.

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