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The Book of All Books the Bible

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The Book of All Books the Bible

The Bible is the oldest book in population today. It is composed of 66 books there is 39 old testament books and 27 new testament books. They contain information on history, geneology, life, creation, wars, murders, blessings, miracles and prophecies. It is composed of  929 chapters and 23,214 verses in the old testament, and has 260 chapters and 7,959 verses in the new testament. This book has been translated into 1200 plus languages, and dilactes. Also this is interesting facts and truths but what is the big deal with this book. If you ask people about whether or not you can trust the information in this book, a lot of people would say no because it has been written over and translated so man times how can it hold to the truth. They think of the idea of the gossip game that you may have played when you were a kid. You told one person something and they told it to someone else but you tried to make sure that it did not get changed through the people but 90% of the time it did and things were either added or deleted. But the bible is not normal. Meaning that it was breathed by God. God inspired its creation and the words that are in it. Godly men took the bible and wrote what was inspired or told to them by God. The bible is Gods word and his truth.

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