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  • Bible And The Bible

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    Who wrote the Bible? I can assure you that not many people have ever really asked themselves this question and really looked behind it to find out the answer. Several people have probably never wondered who since when they think of the Bible, they think of God. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” I can personally say I have never really thought about who wrote it, since I have always believed it was God himself. For me the Bible is more than just a book

  • The Bible And The Bible

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    the struggles of the Israelites when enslaved by the pharaoh, are told differently between the Bible and the Quran. Though the themes of these stories remain largely the same in both books, there are subtle differences which make each version unique. The Bible teaches that Adam was created in God’s image, and that Eve was created from Adam’s rib, in order to end his solidarity in paradise.

  • The Bible In The Bible

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    The Bible is the book sacred to Christians and is seen as the indirect word of God. To Christians, the Bible is a guideline on how to live their lives. It also provides information on how the Earth was created, how humans came about, and provides explanation to anything life has to offer. The Bible is split into two segments which include the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament is the sacred book of the Jews. It provides information to everything before the birth of Jesus of Nazareth

  • Bible And Ethics In The Bible In The Bible

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    When thinking of the Bible and ethics, my first thought it that yes, the Bible is ethical. After these first few weeks of class, I think it is a little more complicated than that. I think that overall, the Bible does have a general ethical message. However, there are also many things in the Bible that seem to be unethical. First of all, I think it is important to keep in mind that times and lifestyles have changed significantly between biblical times and current times. I think that what was considered

  • Bible: The Bible And The Creation Of The Bible

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    written by Moses approximately 1400 B.C. His writings were considered authoritative because of his authority as a prophet, backed the miracles God performed through him (Cartwright, Jonathan, Gutierrez & Hulshof 2016). The Torah, known in the English Bible as the Pentateuch, or five books, comprised the cannon to which all other books would be compared.

  • The Bible In The Bible And The Hebrew Bible

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    still studied today comes from the Ancient Mediterranean lands. These stories, written in various formats, tell of the nature of all things involving gods, men, and the world that surrounded the people of the time. Religious text, like the Hebrew Bible, tell stories of an all-powerful god. In Psalms he is celebrated and praised, his relationship to man defined as a shepherd watching over a flock of sheep (INSERT

  • The Bible: The Power Of The Bible

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    your Bible. After some time a jogger in the park approaches and presents you with a question. Why do you study the Bible and how you can possibly consider it authoritative? Let us discuss this question so we are able to allow defense as stated in 1 Peter 3:15 “But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect”. One must ask themselves, does the Bible have authority

  • The Importance Of The Bible In The Bible

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    They propose that Christians create an entire idea or philosophy based merely on a singular verse or phrase. A great example of this is that the idea of original sin can only be supported by Psalm 91:5. (Suttile, 2008) This notion proposes that the Bible is not supportive of itself and also leads many to jump to conclusions and make uninformed assumptions. The idea marking its consequence by creating the stereotype of bigotry and uninformed decision making which deters credibility for the Christian

  • The Bible: The Origin Of The Bible

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    People often argue about the origin of the universe, a Christian however, does not need to wonder. God told his people everything they need to know about their origins in his word, the Bible. The only problem is that scientists often misinterpret facts and Christians often misinterpret God 's word to mean what they want it too according to their opinions or world view. In the textbook “Biology A“ by BJU Press, a worldview is defined as “ the frame of reference a person uses to interpret and understand

  • The Bible In The Holy Bible

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    In the Holy Bible, Jesus speaks to the devil and states that God says that a human cannot live on just food, but also requires the Word of God (New international Version, Matt. 4.4). As Christ followers believe, this is a commandment from God that helps show the importance of scripture in the Christian faith. A major part of the religion is based on the Word of God and the faith that a follower has in these writings. When one reads the Bible, they are reading straight from God. This is the reason