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Thou Who Stray From The Path Will Burn In Hell
#11
I like to hearing some stories of the bible they are interesting. But i think those people are just a little over the top. but they can think what they want its not going to get me down.

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#12
Something I did not know until today.

The Bible was written over a period of 1400 to 1800 years by more than 40 different authors. The Bible is a compilation of 66 separate books, divided into two primary divisions: the Old Testament (containing 39 books) and the New Testament (containing 27 books).
So the bible is in fact is a small library, not just a big book.

Both the Hebrew Bible and the Old Testament of the Christian Bible contain the same twenty-four parts, called books; yet the Christian Bible arranges and divides the books differently, resulting in more books than in the Hebrew Bible. Among Christians, the Old Testament varies between Protestant and Catholic versions. The Protestant version of the Old Testament contains thirty-nine books, while the Catholic version contains forty-six. The seven additional books known as the Apocrypha (pronounced e-PAH-creh-fuh), included in the Catholic version, were written later than those of most of the Old Testament.

Which is the correct and true version.? Im confused a bit.
#13
They are both well "true" to the protestent the original is true, to the catholic the apocrypha is true. Its just a crapshoot in my opinion.
#14
Rychard the Lionheart Wrote:Something I did not know until today.

The Bible was written over a period of 1400 to 1800 years by more than 40 different authors. The Bible is a compilation of 66 separate books, divided into two primary divisions: the Old Testament (containing 39 books) and the New Testament (containing 27 books).
So the bible is in fact is a small library, not just a big book.

Both the Hebrew Bible and the Old Testament of the Christian Bible contain the same twenty-four parts, called books; yet the Christian Bible arranges and divides the books differently, resulting in more books than in the Hebrew Bible. Among Christians, the Old Testament varies between Protestant and Catholic versions. The Protestant version of the Old Testament contains thirty-nine books, while the Catholic version contains forty-six. The seven additional books known as the Apocrypha (pronounced e-PAH-creh-fuh), included in the Catholic version, were written later than those of most of the Old Testament.
OMG, I thought everyone knew that Wink You didn't mention the multiple translations of the translations of the mistranslations giving all kinds of opportunities for the introduction or errors, inaccuracies and omissions.

Quote:Which is the correct and true version.? Im confused a bit.
As the Roman Catholic Bishop of Abuja said recently to Stephen Fry about his church's disrespectful attitude to gays, "That is the wrong question!" It's a bit like asking which version of British Folk Tales is the correct and true version; one that contains Tom Tit Tot or one that refers back to Southy's prose version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Think how many versions of those stories exist.


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