Latter-day Saints understand the Bible is not always “translated correctly” and that many plain and precious parts have been removed. The Dead Sea Scrolls reveal that among the missing information is an ancient Israelite/Christian doctrine that yahweh was born on earth as the firstborn son of adam—first as abel and afterwards as Seth—and that Cain was the son of the serpent. The sacrifice of Cain and Abel was an offering to be accepted by the savior of the world. Upon Cain’s rejection, he murdered his competition, after which 130 years later, yahweh was incarnate again in the person of Seth. Come hear more about these early Israelite and Christian beliefs and what they mean to today’s understanding of Biblical texts.