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  • The Bible Vs. Bible

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    this book of the Bible before? I never fully read the Bible, because “they” picked out what “they” wanted to be taught. They give us passages to remember such as, “I will lead the blind by ways they have not known, along unfamiliar paths I will guide them; I will turn the darkness into light before them and make the rough places smooth.” (Isaiah 42:16), but never, “Do not wear clothing woven of two kinds of material.” (Leviticus 19:19). I never truly sat down, and read the Bible. Even, when I was

  • The Bible : The Meaning Of The Bible

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    The Bible is filled with many different spiritual and intellectual meanings. There are many different forms of how you can read and interpret the Bible. God wants you to fully come to know him through reading the Bible and learning about his divine revelation. There are many things in the Bible that I wasn’t familiar with before. The first thing that I learned is that there are many different ways of interpreting the meaning of the Bible. I learned that you shouldn’t just take the literal meaning

  • The Bible And The Holy Bible

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    Messer says that for Christians, the Holy Bible is the rich mixture of writings of various kinds, written over many centuries in many different settings collected together in the Hebrew Bible, and the New Testament; and by calling this collection of writing “Scripture” we are marking it off from other writings that come from the same places and times and claiming that is has some kind of special status and authority within the community of Christian faith. (Messer p5) One way for Christians to

  • The Bible And The Holy Bible

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    Many evangelical Christians believe that there is no error in the Holy Scriptures. Since the Bible was written many years ago, we must reconcile our understanding of passages that seem to make contradictory statements. The Holy Scriptures as a whole is the Word of God. The doctrine of inerrancy of Scripture states that there are no errors in the bible. Two passages in 1 John, however, make seemly contradictory statements. But the author wrote under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. The meaning

  • The Bible Vs. Bible

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    In our society today, we can see many bible verses being talked about, being referred to, being preached about, but what in reality does that all mean? Many of us use and interpret different verses in the bible to give someone else a bit of hope and love, a bit of knowledge about Jesus Christ or even to give ourself a boost of confidence and hope in our own personal life. For example, when I personally am “down” or I feel overwhelmed with certain situations in life going on and I talk to my mother

  • The Bible And The Interpretation Of The Bible

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    Although the interpretation of the Bible is the particular task of the exegetes, it does not belong, however, as a monopoly, since it involves, in the Church, aspects that go beyond the scientific analysis of the texts. The Church, in effect, does not consider the Bible simply as a set of historical documents concerning its origins. She welcomes it as the Word of God that directs her and the whole world, in the present time. This conviction of faith has as a consequence the practice of updating

  • The Bible And The Hebrew Bible

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    The book “Deuteronomy”, of the Hebrew Bible, describes the reiteration of laws that the people of Israel are to follow upon entrance to the Promised Land. Upon reviewing Deuteronomy, the people of Israel versus Moses and why Moses was refused entry to the land raises interesting questions. By predominantly focusing on the behavior of the people of Israel, the behavior of Moses, their interactions with the God, and the language used by the author(s) it provides some insight into how and why events

  • Bible Beliefs In The Bible

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    Adam and Eve, who disobeyed him or one would say sinned against Him (The Catholic Study Bible, Genesis 3:6). Although Adam and Eve disobeyed God, His love and mercy for them was so much that he forgave them. Abraham also sinned, yet God forgave him. Isaac, son of Abraham, followed God’s commandments and was faithful to Him. Isaac prayed to God to ask to allow his wife, Rebekah, to conceive (The Catholic Study Bible, Genesis 25:21). God answered Isaac’s prayer because He knows what’s best and because

  • The Importance Of The Bible In The Bible

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    are shown to us through His Word. The Bible proves that what the student did was unethical. As a result, the college was ethically acting when they decided to punish the student for wrong doing. The Bible will prove that words are very powerful, the student’s actions were unethical, and the college has the ethical right to punish those who breaks the rules. This is not a case of right or wrong it is all about should this student be punished. While the Bible does show why the student was acting unethically

  • The Bible

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    was I ever wont to do so unto thee? and he said, Nay. Two animals spoke in scripture: the serpent and Balaam’s donkey. The first used its voice to seduce Eve, but the second used her voice to save its greed-driven master from divine destruction. Bible

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