Biblical stupidity part 152

There are 7427 blatant absurdities in the bible. Among them:

You may have noticed that the book of Jasher is mentioned in Joshua 10:13, yet it cannot be found in many biblical translations and versions, like the king James. You ever asked yourself why? At some point in time, the political and religious decision was made that there was enough trash in the book and no need to overfill the religious dumpster with more manure. Thus the partial bibles, reeking of armpit odor, being peddled by clowns who don’t even know about the complete book they claim to love.

Jasher 3:14 And it was in the fifty-sixth year of the life of Lamech when Adam died; nine hundred and thirty years old was he at his death, and his two sons, with Enoch and Methuselah his son, buried him with great pomp, as at the burial of kings, in the cave which God had told him.15 And in that place all the sons of men made a great mourning and weeping on account of Adam; it has therefore become a custom among the sons of men to this day.
Talk about bad luck. The first man was screwed by his supposed creator five and half hours after he was created; now he becomes the second death in the fictional account of history. Jasher tells us that Adam died at 930 year old and the custom of crying at funerals started to this day. The First book of Adam and Eve reported the original weeping after the first death, when Adam and Eve supposedly cried so much for Abel that they failed to see Cain taking off with his sister.
And Adam’s carcass was buried in his first rental home, the Cave of Treasures. Adam, by virtue of being created in the image of, and by an immortal God, should still be alive today and collecting Social Security.

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