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The First Book of Adam and Eve

The First Book of Adam and Eve The cover of this particular version gives a description rather than the title of its actual contents The correct title of this book as seen on its very first page is The First Book of Adam and Ev

  • Title: The First Book of Adam and Eve
  • Author: Rutherford Hayes Platt Jr.
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The cover of this particular version gives a description, rather than the title, of its actual contents The correct title of this book, as seen on its very first page, is The First Book of Adam and Eve.This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition inThe cover of this particular version gives a description, rather than the title, of its actual contents The correct title of this book, as seen on its very first page, is The First Book of Adam and Eve.This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

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    1 thought on “The First Book of Adam and Eve

    1. Interesting in that this is a very early example of Christian fiction, perhaps as such it exposes some of the legends and ideas that early believers held to. But,I thought it was bleak and although I am sure that Adam and Eve had tremendous regret, I don't imagine they were as weak and helpless and ignorant as in this story.

    2. InterestingIt is a laughable read. I see why it was not included in the Bible. Adam and Eve in this book reminds me of the children's book about the Stupids.

    3. I love reading apocryphal literature, especially relating to creation, Cave of Treasures etc. and this was most enjoyable.

    4. This is truly one of the forgotten books of EDEN. The life of Adam and Eve after they were expelled from Eden. Very nice and good. Even my christian friends doesn't know about these books.

    5. An account of Adam and Eve.There were some things interesting in this story. I take it as a work of fiction since the Bible doesn't give us any details of the first family. Yet, this book brings up interesting points.

    6. I was raised on the King James, and in my heart it will always be my favorite with it's beautiful, poetic rendering of Psalms, Proverbs and the Songs of Soloman. I will admit that the rest of it's translation in most of the other books leaves a lot to be desired. were many places that I found myself mired in confusion, and let's face it, troubled by some of the wording. So much of it just didn't make since to me. If these were the words of God, why were so many people claiming that THEIR holy wo [...]

    7. This is a fictional book of the days (and years) of Adam and Eve. It is considered, by some, as part of some lost books of scripture. I do not hold to that platform, but I wanted to get some of this in my craw. It is a highly mystical adventure. I find myself constantly on eggshells while reading. Do I go further? Do I put this down. There are many instances of appearances of Satan, including deceptive conversations where he portrays himself as God. I don't remember how many volumes are supposed [...]

    8. It is a good narrative of what could have happened between Adam, Eve and God. What I learnt from the book is an alternative to the "against thy law, thee shall die" perspective, in which God is against the evil, yet sovereign in His plan for human race against sin and evil. It would be a good start for the imaginative ones to see God in a different light.

    9. A really great (and super short!) read. Tells the story of Adam and Eve after they've been expelled from the Garden and why Satan messes with them. Very worthwhile to be preceded or followed by Paradise Lost and the Bible's Genesis.

    10. Great readThis book is easy to understand & answered a lot of unanswered questions I had after reading the kjv bible.

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