Yes, that's the book for me...
Okay, so, we were having a discussion on the bible the other day at work (among other things) and I thought it was very applicable to... well, non-Christians in general, and even some Christians, so I thought I'd put up the basic idea of the conversation. Anyway, I mentioned that there are a lot if things that are not in the bible that must have happened, or that are only explained in part and that the reason for this is that ten thousand years (or however long) of history could not possibly be recorded in a single book. In fact, the Bible often references other "books" stating that further information can be found there. the Bible was only meant to record events of religious significance. My coworker then stated that you also had to take into account how many hands the Bible has passed through over the years and how many times it has likely been "messed with". I disagreed with her, and the subject of this study will be my reasoning for disagreeing that the multiple translations etc of the Bible matter.
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