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"The 40 Day Ministry of Jesus Christ...After the Ressurection" as recorded in the Apocrypha - by Hugh Nibley

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Noted for his work in ancient texts, LDS scholar Hugh Nibley gave a talk at Brigham Young University in which he showed the topics taught by Jesus to the 12 Apostles and others during the 40 days he was with them after the resurrection. This material is recorded in the Apocrypha of the old King James Version of the Bible. 

Nibley gives the specific reasons why the books of the Apocrypha were cast out of the main body of the scriptural texts....The doctrine didn't line up with the Christianity of the day. However, they do line up with the revealed word of God today. Amazing.

In this Audio, Nibley discloses:

  1. The real reasons the Apocrypha was not accepted as scripture by the later Christian Church.
  2. The doctrines taught by the Savior of the World to His 12 Apostles after His ressurection in the flesh.
  3. The prophecy that the newly formed Church of Jesus Christ would fall away after 2 generations....(much like the prophecy recorded in 3rd Nephi that the Nephites would fall away after 3 generations)

 Absolutely FREE Audio:  (Part 1) (Part 2)

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