• The First and Second Books of Adam and Eve: The Conflict with Satan

  • By: Dr. Joseph Lumpkin
  • Narrated by: Dennis Logan
  • Length: 5 hrs and 44 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (68 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The First and Second Books of Adam and Eve make up an apocryphal story, written in a midrash style, detailing the time from the planting of the Garden of Eden and creation of Adam to the time of Enoch. For those interested in angels and demons and the dialogue and tactics of Satan in his quest to destroy mankind, this book will be of special value. For serious students of religion and religious history, this book is a must-have.

©2011 Joseph Lumpkin (P)2018 Joseph Lumpkin

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  • 04-21-20

This is not fiction, worth reading

Lumpkin like most religious scholars thinks this is fiction because he cannot imagine Jews had the same structure and organization prior to Jesus' birth. Hey, Audible editors and writers: Will you please stop with the heavy, sober, somber or overly dramatic narrations for anything considered religious. The content can stand on its own.

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Clarity

I really enjoyed this book! Makes so much sense and while it answered many questions it also prompted more. Now I’m on a quest to read the rest of these books.

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Very informative

Explains a lot. Learned a few things. A good read. Ive been following this series.

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Exceptional!

The information within the pages of this book, if allowed, will transform the traditional church goers mindset. Open your mind and prepare to be enlightened and armed for your next level.

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Terrible voice reading this

If your goal was to put me and put me to sleep good job good thing this was free

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biblical essence in this book

loved it, lots of biblical principles, encouraging and edifying im recommending this book to anyone who has been reading the Bible

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The First and Second book of Adam and Eve

Interesting work of fiction. Some may find the narrator's voice annoying, as said someone who got in my car. I had both forms so I could go between them.

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Great Background Informatino

This book brings Adam and Eve to life. The Bible just does not do them justice. This book lays so many questions to rest and raises so many more thoughts for debate. Hope you take the chance!

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A disturbing love between God, Satan and Man

The narrators voice made this book even more intense. It was like living the Matrix and taking instructions from Morpheus. The relationship between God, Satan and man was wicked in all avenues available to man. It was very sad. Because I had just finished reading the 12th Planet by Zachariah Stitchen, I could only visualize Adam (Atom) in a petri-dish environment and groomed to know fear to be an obediant slave. It is a great book. Very detailed. It makes you question the concept of Good vs Evil. Who's right and who's wrong. I saw value on both sides ... Poor Adam. He and his family suffered. Either way, I'm glad I heard it for myself. Now I know what my Christian friends are talking about and now I can have feedback.

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I love this story, but...

I love this story and have it in hardback from Cepher publishing. There are some differences which I expected. For instance the names. This is understandable. However the addition of material after chapter 3 was unnecessary and incorrect. The number of days between the fall of Adam and his being rescued by The Word, Yahusha, aka Jesus, is easy enough to calculate at the 5500 written here in chapter three. Combining the obvious agenda of downplaying this book as truth and also the fact that the narrator sounds robotic and dull was too much. Disappointing.