The Second Book
of Adam and Eve

The Second Book of Adam and Eve details the life and times from Cain and his twin Sister Luluwa when they went away to the time that Enoch was taken by God.

Table of Contents

Part 1

Chapter I -   The grief stricken family, Cain marries Luluwa and they move away.

Chapter II -   A third son is born to Adam and Eve.

Chapter III -  Satan appears as a beautiful woman tempting Adam, telling him he is still a youth, "Spend thy youth in mirth and pleasure," The different forms which Satan takes.

Chapter IV - Adam sees the Devil in his true colors.

Chapter V - The devil paints a brilliant picture for Seth to feast his thoughts upon.

Chapter VI - Seth's conscience helps him, He returns to Adam and Eve.

Part 2

Chapter VII  - Seth marries Aklia, Adam lives to see grand children and great - grand children.

Chapter VIII - Adam's remarkable last words, He predicts the Flood, He exhorts his offspring to good, He reveals certain mysteries of life.

Chapter IX - The death of Adam.

Chapter X -  "Adam was the first. . ."

Chapter XI -  Seth becomes head of the most happy and just tribe of people who ever lived.

Chapter XII - Seth's family affairs. His death, The headship of Enos, How the outcast branch of Adam's family fared.

Part 3

Chapter XIII - "Among the children of Cain there was much robbery, murder and Sin."

Chapter XIV - Time, like an ever rolling stream, bears away another generation of men.

Chapter XV  - The offspring of Adam continue to keep the Cave of Treasures as a family shrine.

Chapter XVI -The good branch of the family is still afraid of the children of Cain.

Chapter XVII - Jared turns martinet. He is lured away to the land of Cain where he sees many voluptuous sights, Jared barely escapes with a clean heart.

Part 4

Chapter XVIII - Confusion in the Cave of Treasures, Miraculous speech of the dead Adam.

Chapter XIX - The children of Jared are led astray.

Chapter XX  - Ravishing music; strong drink loosed among the sons of Cain, They don colorful clothing, The children of Seth look on with longing eyes, They revolt from wise counsel; they descend the mountain into the valley of iniquity. They can not ascend the mountain again.

Part 5

Chapter XXI - Jared dies in sorrow for his sons who had gone astray, A prediction of the Flood.

Chapter XXII - Only three righteous men left in the world, The evil conditions of men prior to the Flood.

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