THE PEOPLE HISTORY FORGOT
 
 

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Introduction

Chapter 1: The People That History Forgot

Chapter 2: Were Fourth to Sixth Century Jews Idolaters?

Chapter 3: The Idolaters Were Not Mainline Jews

Chapter 4: Who Built the Idolatrous Synagogues?

Chapter 5: The New Testament Provides the Key

Chapter 6: Samaritans in All Parts of the Empire

Chapter 7: Samaritan Synagogues in Galilee

Chapter 8: Many Samaritans Became Christians

Chapter 9: Neighboring Nations of the Jews in Palestine

Chapter 10: The Solidification of Rabbinic Judaism

Chapter 11: The Race Change in Western Europe

Chapter 12: The Effect of the Race Change

Chapter 13: From Babylon to Syria

Chapter 14: Syria Becomes the New Babylon

Chapter 15: The Seleucid Capital Moved West to Antioch

Chapter 16: Easterners Transform the Roman West

Chapter 17: Eastern Philosophy Conquers Rome

Chapter 18: The Jewish Holdout Against Idolatry

Chapter 19: Islam and the People that History Forgot

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