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Are the Sead Sea Scrolls important documents.

Peternosaint
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5/22/2016 6:40:59 AM
Posted: 6 months ago
The Dead Sea scrolls, found in a number of caves, have been guarded by the finders and certain scholars. It is only recently that the scrolls have been made available for other scholars to look at.

The Catholic Church once tried to stop their release as a lot of the information showed the lies of that church. The Catholic Church also accepts the two sections of the scrolls that are called false by their name.

Both the Apocrypha (literally, "hidden") and the Pseudepigrapha (literally, "falsely attributed writings") are Jewish writings from the third century B.C.E. through the first century C.E. The Apocrypha are accepted by the Roman Catholic Church as part of the inspired Bible canon, but these books are rejected by Jews and Protestants. The Pseudepigrapha are often in the form of expansions on Biblical stories, written in the name of some famous Bible character.
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5/22/2016 8:28:06 AM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 5/22/2016 6:40:59 AM, Peternosaint wrote:
The Dead Sea scrolls, found in a number of caves, have been guarded by the finders and certain scholars. It is only recently that the scrolls have been made available for other scholars to look at.

The Catholic Church once tried to stop their release as a lot of the information showed the lies of that church. The Catholic Church also accepts the two sections of the scrolls that are called false by their name.

Both the Apocrypha (literally, "hidden") and the Pseudepigrapha (literally, "falsely attributed writings") are Jewish writings from the third century B.C.E. through the first century C.E. The Apocrypha are accepted by the Roman Catholic Church as part of the inspired Bible canon, but these books are rejected by Jews and Protestants. The Pseudepigrapha are often in the form of expansions on Biblical stories, written in the name of some famous Bible character.

The seas scrolls are safe for now. There is no way of them finding the star of Almaroyth. And we all know the Sandy sead sea scrolls are useless without that medallion.
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5/22/2016 10:25:58 AM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 5/22/2016 6:40:59 AM, Peternosaint wrote:
The Dead Sea scrolls, found in a number of caves, have been guarded by the finders and certain scholars. It is only recently that the scrolls have been made available for other scholars to look at.

The Catholic Church once tried to stop their release as a lot of the information showed the lies of that church. The Catholic Church also accepts the two sections of the scrolls that are called false by their name.

Both the Apocrypha (literally, "hidden") and the Pseudepigrapha (literally, "falsely attributed writings") are Jewish writings from the third century B.C.E. through the first century C.E. The Apocrypha are accepted by the Roman Catholic Church as part of the inspired Bible canon, but these books are rejected by Jews and Protestants. The Pseudepigrapha are often in the form of expansions on Biblical stories, written in the name of some famous Bible character.
25 facts about the scrolls.
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5/22/2016 12:12:34 PM
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At 5/22/2016 6:40:59 AM, Peternosaint wrote:
The Dead Sea scrolls, found in a number of caves, have been guarded by the finders and certain scholars. It is only recently that the scrolls have been made available for other scholars to look at.

The Catholic Church once tried to stop their release as a lot of the information showed the lies of that church. The Catholic Church also accepts the two sections of the scrolls that are called false by their name.

Both the Apocrypha (literally, "hidden") and the Pseudepigrapha (literally, "falsely attributed writings") are Jewish writings from the third century B.C.E. through the first century C.E. The Apocrypha are accepted by the Roman Catholic Church as part of the inspired Bible canon, but these books are rejected by Jews and Protestants. The Pseudepigrapha are often in the form of expansions on Biblical stories, written in the name of some famous Bible character.
I prefer coffee scrolls.
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5/22/2016 12:22:46 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 5/22/2016 6:40:59 AM, Peternosaint wrote:
The Dead Sea scrolls, found in a number of caves, have been guarded by the finders and certain scholars. It is only recently that the scrolls have been made available for other scholars to look at.

The Catholic Church once tried to stop their release as a lot of the information showed the lies of that church.

Patently false.

The Catholic Church also accepts the two sections of the scrolls that are called false by their name.

The Jews call the Apocryphal only because they currently reject them. Catholics call them deuterocanonical.

Both the Apocrypha (literally, "hidden") and the Pseudepigrapha (literally, "falsely attributed writings") are Jewish writings from the third century B.C.E. through the first century C.E. The Apocrypha are accepted by the Roman Catholic Church as part of the inspired Bible canon, but these books are rejected by Jews and Protestants.

They are also accepted by the Orthodox Church.

The Pseudepigrapha are often in the form of expansions on Biblical stories, written in the name of some famous Bible character.
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