The Forgotten Books of Eden: Section 6.0 The Fourth Book of Maccabees.



The Forgotten Books of Eden: The Fourth Book of Maccabees.

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Note 01: NRSV and CEB bibles have a total of 16 Chapters for 4 Maccabees

New Revised Standard Version (NRSV).
Common English Bible (CEB).

Note 02: Common English Bible (CEB) includes all the known books of  Maccabees

Books 1,2, 3 and 4 Maccabees Read More…

Note 03: Book Five 5 Maccabees  transcribed from “The Books of Maccabees by Henry Cotton D.C.L. Archdeacon of Cashel (TEXT)

OUTLINE: [Section 6.0]


The Forgotten Books of Eden:
Section 6.0 p. 178, 179, 180

Chapter 01

(i) An outline of philosophy from ancient times concerning Inspired Reason. Civilization has never achieved higher thought. A discussion of “Repressions.” Verse 48 sums up the whole Philosophy of mankind.


The Forgotten Books of Eden:
Section 6.0 p. 181, 182, 183, 184, 185.

Chapter 02

(i) The ruling of Desire and Anger. The story of David’s thirst. Stirring chapters of ancient history. Savage attempts to make the Jews eat swine. Interesting references to an ancient bank (Verse 21.)


The Forgotten Books of Eden:
Section 6.0  p. 185

Chapter 03

(i) Eleazar, the gentle spirited old man, shows such fortitude that even as we read these words 2000 years later, they seem like an inextinguishable fire.


The Forgotten Books of Eden:
Section 6.0  p. 186, 187

Chapter 04

(i) This so called “Age of Reason” may in this chapter read that the Philosophy of Reason is 2000 years old. The story of seven sons and their mother.


The Forgotten Books of Eden:
Section 6.0  p. 188, 189, 190, 191.

Chapter 05

(i) A chapter of horror and torture revealing ancient tyranny at its utmost savagery. Verse 26 is profound truth.


The Forgotten Books of Eden:
Section 6.0  p. 192, 193

Chapter 06

(i) Brotherly bonds and a mother’s love.


The Forgotten Books of Eden:
Section 6.0 p. 194, 195, 196

Chapter 07

(i) A comparison of a mother’s and father’s affections, in this chapter are some mountain peaks of eloquence.


The Forgotten Books of Eden:
Section 6.0 p. 197, 198
Chapter 08

(i) The famous “Athletes of Righteousness.” Here ends the story of courage called the Fourth Book of Maccabees.


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