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Why a New Canon?

Placeholder  ImageDuring the reign of King Josiah a lost book of the Bible was found and it led to a revival in the land.  The Books we have included were referenced in the Bible as being divinely inspired. Each time a prophet was sent, even our beloved Messiah, they were always denounced and often put to death for the Word of God.  While we denounced those who did such things we must acknowledge that they did not have the Word of God to tell them before hand the name of the prophets, such as Jeremiah or Isaiah, so that we should aspect them to be skeptical, however, today we have the names of the prophets and their books, such as Enoch and HaJashar, yet our religious establishment denounces them, thereby denouncing the Word of God they proclaimed, which is in and of itself a far greater wrong.

Our Found Treasures

Placeholder  Image  Ha-Jashar: Referenced by name in Joshua 10:13 and 2 Samuel 1:18, however there are other references only found in Ha-Jasher such as 1 Samuel 24:16, Hebrews 11:27, etc..

  Enoch: Referenced by name in Jude 1:14, however there are other references only found in Enoch such as Numbers 13:33, Leviticus 16:8,10,26, 1 Peter 3:19-20, 2 Peter 2:4, etc.

  Prayer of Manasseh: Referenced by name as part of the Annals of the Prophets in 2 Chr 3:18

  Paul’s Letter to the Church in Laodicea: Referenced in Colossians 4:16

  The Teachings of the Twelve Apostles: Referenced by Athanasius who established the existing Canon as being authentic.

Considerations: First Clement & The Epistle of Barnabas: Foundational to the early church, but not referenced in the Bible..

Omissions: Nehemiah, Esther, Ezra: Good for historical referencing and history, however, God does not speak in these books, nor do they make a prophesy that is fulfilled in line with the requirements of Moses for prophets (Deuteronomy 18:21-22).

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