Protestants big Bible blunder #3

It is easy to see why the vain, not-so-wise men who invented their own denominations were driven to remove The Book of Wisdom from The Bible.

The Book of Wisdom lets us realize that God has divided peoples of the earth into the Wise and the Foolish. We see by the end of this short passage that those who feel themselves wisest are the most foolish.

Wis 13:1-9 “All men were by nature foolish who were in ignorance of God, and who from the good things seen did not succeed in knowing Him Who is, and from studying the works did not discern the artisan; But either fire, or wind, or the swift air, or the circuit of the stars, or the mighty water, or the luminaries of heaven, the governors of the world, they considered gods.”
This sums up those who choose to be in the Tribe of Fools. In every age, they worship fire, wind, stars, the sea, and deified Caesars.

The Book of Wisdom evaluates these people: “Now if out of joy in their beauty they thought them gods, let them know how far more excellent is the Lord than these; for the original source of beauty fashioned them. Or if they were struck by their might and energy, let them from these things realize how much more powerful is he who made them.

“For from the greatness and the beauty of created things their original author, by analogy, is seen. But yet, for these the blame is less; For they indeed have gone astray perhaps, though they seek God and wish to find him. For they search busily among his works, but are distracted by what they see, because the things seen are fair.”
Is there an excuse here for being so distracted by the complexity of created entities that such souls are saved?

Now, we see why The Book of Wisdom had to be removed as the Age of those who believed themselves to be one with Enlightenment progressed. The Book of Wisdom tells us bluntly that there is no excuse for the self-centered “intellectuals”. Wisdom tells us that those who think themselves wise in the ways of the world will be judged as empty frauds:
“But again, not even these are pardonable. For if they so far succeeded in knowledge that they could speculate about the world, how did they not more quickly find its Lord?”
The Book of Wisdom tells us where proud, pompous unbelievers will stand at Judgment: “not even these are pardonable”.

That is the price Protestants pay for purging The Book of Wisdom from Scripture: Without Wisdom’s clear teaching, many fool themselves into believing that praising created entities is enough to entitle them to Heaven. They no longer have in their Bible that such emptiness is not “pardonable”.

Ignoring God’s Wisdom in the Book so named is Protestants big Bible blunder #3.