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If modern theology were any consideration, the official stories in the Old and New testaments made up only the bare bones of the entire Bible. In recent decades, archaeologists have dug up many, many apocryphal, or hidden, stories that, if ever canonized, would completely change the cultural attitude and evolutionary history of Christianity.
These apocryphal texts include the following:
- Life of Adam and Eve, a text describing the story of Adam and Eve in far greater detail, leading up to their expulsion from paradise right down to their deaths
- The Book of Enoch, which described the Watchers, angels who fell to Earth to teach humanity hidden knowledge, even interbred with them, the resulting children being the Nephilim--giants
- Joseph and Aseneth, a more detailed description of the relationship between the original owner of the Coat of Many Colors and the daughter of an Egyptian priest
- Yahweh and Asherah, the idea that the Divine Male is accompanied by a Divine Female
- The Gospel of Philip and The Gospel According to Mary Magdalene, both of which picture Mary Magdalene not just as a reformed prostitute but as a major Disciple
In an alternate history, none of the listed texts are apocryphal and instead can be found in the official canon. What kinds of differences should I expect to see in the cultural attitudes and evolutionary history of Christianity?