Some of the claims that the authors make here seem too far-fetched to have taken place.
Regardless, I still think this is interesting stuff...and, even if 100% wrong, a book you probably still should read.
Meanwhile, very little published translation regarding the Dead Sea Scrolls occurred prior to 1991.
The Dead Sea Scrolls Deception (1991).
I don't totally agree with this book's view - personally. Read more
Advertised as, 'It Investigates why the contents of the earliest biblical manuscripts, found forty years ago, are still being withheld from the general public and studies... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Hottie Pepper
This is an interesting book with plenty of theory and conjecture for a lifetime; however it flows quickly and certainly points out some significant points about the way organized... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stephen Spector
Book in good condition hope to enjoy the book we will look for more books later thank you very muchPublished 7 months ago by Jose Barreda
Once again the team of Baigent and Leigh have pulled back protective curtains history and especially exposed the inner workings of the Roman Church, which kept a lid on the scrolls... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dwight W. Hunter
A sensational book in its day. This 1990 history of the Dead Sea Scrolls covers a wide range of issues in a short span...only 235 pages. Read morePublished 10 months ago by logosapiens
This book will provide the reader an insight to the ongoing cover ups that the religious institutions engage in to ensure that only the approved versions of religious thought are... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Robert L. Boyce Jr.
Sure, this book is overheated, ideological and partisan. Were the Christian churches ever anything else? Read morePublished 15 months ago by Daniel G. Schaeffer