Don’t miss episode 3 of the six-part series “Bible Secrets Revealed” on History.
The third installment, entitled “The Forbidden Scriptures“, debuts Wednesday, Nov 27, 2013 at 10/9c .
The episode explores:
“The books, gospels and epistles found in the Holy Bible are writings considered to be divinely inspired. But are there chapters of the Bible that are missing? Have stories been censored and characters deleted? And if so, just who decides what is included–and what is forbidden?
And if you missed the first two episodes, you can watch them for free online at History‘s “Bible Secrets Revealed” website.
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And send your questions to Bible History Daily, where I’ll be answering some of them and providing more in depth explanations.
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