Reference books in the Bible

Reference books in the Bible.

In the biblical text, several books and epistles are mentioned, of which there are no copies reported at present, as only fragments are preserved. In general, they are mentioned as primary references to previous collaborative writing or as a complement to what was written in the mentioned context. In relation to the book of Enoch, it is observed as apocryphal for most religions, although it is a reference to the Bible and is not found with an entire content.

The list that we present below is partial in relation to the books that are not available in the biblical editions. Within the books are the following:

  • The Book of the Covenant or The Book of the Covenant or The Book of the Covenant
  • Yahveh’s book of battles
  • The book of Jasher (or book of the righteous)
  • A book kept before the Lord
  • Solomon’s Book of Acts
  • The book of the seer Samuel
  • The Book of the Prophet Nathan1
  • The book of the seer Gad
  • Prophecies of Ahijah the Silonite, and of the seer Iddo
  • The books of the prophet Shemaiah
  • Jehu’s words
  • The deeds of Uzziah
  • The Records of the Kings of Israel or The Acts of the Kings of Israel
  • The words of the seers
  • A scroll with the word of Yahweh to Jeremiah from the days of Josiah
  • A book of Jeremiah against all the wickedness of Babylon
  • A book of memories
  • An earlier epistle of Paul to the Corinthians
  • Another Epistle of Paul to the Ephesians
  • Paul’s letter to the Laodiceans
  • Enoch’s Prophecies
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