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Seth, the Bible, Translations, Interpretations, and History

According to Genesis, Eve had three sons whom she gave names. After Cain killed Abel and was forced to flee, she was given Seth who continued to produce the mortal race, although he had but one son. The Seth story is from ancient Egypt and adapted worldwide. Knowing the ancient records makes sense out of the paucity of Biblical recognition of this man--who may have been Cain.Read More
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Invention of the Bible and Christianity

Christians delight in quoting from the Bible, which they claim goes back to the first century. Documents show that the Bible is not that old, but first issued in 322 CE and that revisions followed until it was declared closed by the Council of Trent in the sixteenth century. Numerous errors were put into the original gospel (John) with the additions of other gospels and letters, separating ancient christianos and chrestianos, and leading to a mythology of martyrdom and crosses.Read More