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  • The Bible In The Bible

    Some claim that because Christians do not have the original manuscripts of various books of the Bible that our faith is based upon myths, could vary from translation to translation, and is not accurate because it was written by man. However, the evidence that the Bible is a trusted source for information speaks for itself through its scientific accuracy, historic accuracy, and its prophetic accuracy. In addition, there is substantial evidence that the author of the Bible are reliable, the manuscripts that we have are accurate, and the inspiration of God in the Bible. The teachings of the church are in communion with science and history. Yes, people of the church may have once believed that the earth was flat and that the earth was the center…

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  • The Bible: The Significance Of The Bible

    The Bible is the historically accurate, Holy Spirit inspired, and inerrant word of God. Because the Bible is the inerrant word of God, its’ contents are to be believed and followed. God’s word shows that man and woman were made to complement each other and that homosexual relations are sinful. Content The bible has been proven to be a historically accurate document. Archeology has been used to prove the existence of certain people groups mentioned in the bible. On their website, the Institute…

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  • Ratuality And Validity Of The Bible In The Bible

    Scriptures Paper One of the many problems people have with the bible is that it is such an old book. So how does one decide if the scriptures it contains are accurate? What about the historical events that are mentioned? Are those historically accurate too, did things really happen the way it was written. This goes for any old book really, it’s hard to decipher between the literal and metaphorical. Throughout the decades as science has progressed many Christians find it hard to accept both the…

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  • William Tyndale: The Bible Of The Bible

    In this paper I will prove that William Tyndale dedicated his life to the sacred and painstaking work of translating the New Testament and therefore making the bible accessible for all ordinary people to not just read, but understand as his writing style was vivid and eloquent. In spite of the consequences, being labeled a heretic, and ultimately a martyr, Tyndale’s bravery and personal faith in Christ, rather than the sole reliance of the church, demonstrated his determination to provide the…

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  • The Bible: The Central Message Of The Bible

    “The Bible belongs to the whole world as does no other book. Written originally in Hebrew and Greek more than eighteen centuries ago, it is now available, in whole or in part, in more than a thousand languages. It is the best seller since best sellers were first recognized (McKnight, 11).” The Holy Bible remains to be the most important source for knowledge in the Christian faith today. “The Central message of the Bible is God’s revelation of himself and His will. It is not difficult to discover…

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  • The Importance Of The Bible In The Bible

    Understanding the bible is a life-long process, one can read the bible their entire life and never clearly understand it. Growing up in the church and my grand parents forcing me to go to Sunday school I never fully understood the point of all the different stories that we read about or why we were reading about them. The biblical language made it equally tough because they read to us from the King James version, which is totally different from the convention English of today. As an adult…

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  • The Bible: The Foundation Of The Bible

    The Bible may be the greatest book that was ever written: containing about forty authors, with five of those authors being apostles of Jesus Christ have written the gospel according to each’s own telling. This great book is the foundation of Christianity; although there are many different branches of Christianity the Bible is, or at least should be the foundation of the many branches of Christianity. As a Christian the Bible guides, and gives us power and strength in The Lord. Everyone should…

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  • The Bible: The Development Of Wisdom In The Bible

    Of the many words exemplified in the Bible, one word that is constantly being interpreted is “Wisdom.” The origins of Wisdom in the Bible stem from the old testament. As the books of the Bible progress, the word Wisdom takes on many different shapes. Like many words and concepts in the Old Testament (OT), the New testament uses context to provide a clearer explanation of what those terms mean. This paper will incorporate biblical references as well as scholarly commentary to define, identify…

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  • The Bible: The Matrix In The Movie And The Bible

    NAME; JERRY ISAAC MALLO HIC NUMBER; MALJC1403 MODULE; MASS COMMUNICATION TEACHER; MS NINA FEDERLEY DATE; JULY 20 2015. THE MATRIX AS A BIBLICAL STORY The Matrix is a current movie and the Bible is a piece of inspired literature that has withstood scrutiny throughout the ages. The Matrix has many biblical themes and it parallels the Bible in numerous ways. Let me briefly explain a simplified plot of The Matrix. The story centres around a computer-generated world that has been created to hide…

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  • The Bible: The Old Testament Of The Bible

    The old testament of the bible is notoriously marked by the number of deaths it contains. Outside of those who are struck down by God, or who die as a result of various conflicts, there’s a unique description of life and death in Genesis. The long, and rather dry, lineages that are present in Genesis are put in between longer biblical stories and serve as a tool for relating stories together, as well as providing a timeline for the events in Genesis. These lineages are rarely addressed in…

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