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The Lost Chapter of Acts of the Apostles Paperback – March, 2009

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 56 pages
  • Publisher: Artisan Publishers; 14th edition (March 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0934666091
  • ISBN-13: 978-0934666091
  • Product Dimensions: 0.2 x 5.5 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,591,123 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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There is a very good case made for this Lost Chapter being authentic, one reason some scholars think that the Book of Acts is incomplete is, that of the New Testament only Acts and one other (James) does not end with Amen. One more interesting fact is this writing is written in the same "manner" as Acts, many other interesting points are made for authenticty of this writing and the reasons as for it not being published are also pointed out. If you do not believe that this is God's word, you will at the least find it very, very interesting. I highly reccomend this book and when we meet our Father, it would not surprise me if this "Lost Chapter" is true after all.
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The historical information packed into this little book was worth the money spent on it. Fascinating to read this gives insight into the Apostle Paul and his life you won't get anywhere else. Is this really the "Lost Chapter of Acts"? I don't know. But the history Capt gives makes a compelling case. Names from the Bible come alive as never before. Take the time and read this little book.
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E. Ramond Capt is an otherwise thorough and competent scholar, except for this book. The so-called Chapter 29 of Acts also fooled the late William Eugene Scott, PhD (from Stanford U). The manuscript is obviously a forgery written by British Israelite types who were overzealous to show a connection to the Celts and the Lost Tribes of Israel. I think there's enough evidence without having to defend this obvious fake. Here's the verses of this chapter I have a problem with: 29:13 "And it came to pass that certain of the Druids came unto Paul privately, and showed by their rites and ceremonies they were descended from the Jews [Judahites] which escaped from bondage in the land of Egypt, and the apostle believed these things, and he gave them the kiss of peace." Druids were NOT Jews! They were heathen Pagans who practiced divination with human entrails, worship of idols and trees, sorcery, and human sacrifice by such methods as burning people alive (The Wicker Man). If Paul saw these things and decided the Druids were Jews, he must have been really drunk! People who try to defend this manuscript will point out "It was found by a Frenchman", as though that made a difference, since the French are Celts too, and have perhaps an even stronger identification with the Druids than do the British. It's quite strange only one copy of this lost chapter has ever turned up at a time when British Israelism was at a peak. During the 19th century, there were spurious lost books turning up everywhere - The Book of Mormon, The Book of Abraham, the Gospel of Aradia...and all fakes. You can read the "lost" (i.e., forged) Chapter of Acts online for free, so don't waste your money.
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The manuscript called the 29th chapter of Acts is not part of the book of Acts for the followng reasons

The writing style is different.

It only gives general statements about what Paul did.

The book of Acts gives details about what happened where Paul
proclaimed the Gospel.

It tells about the death of Pontus Piilate.
Pontius Pilate most likely would have been alive at the
time of the writting of Acts

The writer of Acts would not have know what happen to
Pontius pilate.

The writing style indecates it ts writing down of some of the traditions about the Apostle Paul after Acts ends.

I gave it five stars so more people would see this review
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Very interesting and enlightening - recommended reading for those serious about Chritianity and / or history.
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