Holy Writ! The Bible as we know it, didn't come to us on one neet scroll, nor in proper time frame, nor even with known author. The Bible came to religious leaders over the ages, scroll by scroll, and religious leaders decided which scrolls would be excepted as "Bible" and which scrolls would be rejected. These determinations were made in the early Christian Church prior to the Council of Constantinople in 533 CE: and one book (scroll) That I thought was rather good, was rejected marely because it mentioned "world's across the sea" and the monks reasoned that since the world was flat, there could not be any "worlds across the sea" so they tossed out the scroll. Let us consider one of these lost books of the Bible in 1 Clement 11:17 - 18 "Let us contemplate, beloved, the resurrection that is continually made before our eyes ... 18. Day and night manifest a resurrection to us, The night lies down, and the day arises: AGAIN the day departs, and the night comes on. and in 11:13 Oh ye fools! consider the trees: take the vine for an example, first it sheds it's leaves, than it buds, than it flowers, than the sour grapes, and after them the ripe fruit. The prince of hell declares to Satan; in Nicodemus 15:12-13 "They who have been kept here till they should live again upon earth were taken away hence, not by their own power, but by prayers made to God, and their almighty God took them from me. 13. Who then is that Jesus of Nazareth, that by His word hath taken away the dead from me...