Published August 2004
by Cook Communications Ministries (CO) .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Although some people have mistakenly used the Bible as a cookbook, a marriage manual, a financial planner, or a childrearing book, it was not designed for those purposes. The Bible is like a jig-saw puzzle or a coded book, seeming like gibberish to most of the world, but with the aid of God's Holy Spirit, God's elect can put all the pieces. book. But every question has been asked at some time by someone and many have been asked many times. Having answers does help to bring people to Christ. Having good answers that make sense gains respect for Biblical teaching. Having answers from the Bible gives authority. A concordance is a book that lists the words used in the Bible and tells which verses have that word. If you want to know what the Bible says about praying to God, you could look up words like “pray,” “prayed,” “prayer” and “praying.” Some computer software will allow you to broaden your search more easily by using an asterisk (*). Just because the Bible references another book does not mean that that book is inspired. The exception, of course, is when the Bible references other inspired books within itself. Nevertheless, these books are not lost books of the Bible. They were never considered inspired. The Book of Wars, Num. ; The Book of Jasher, Josh.
The Jewish Bible lists only 24 books rather than the 39 we list in the Old Testament, but that is because some of the books that Christians list separately are combined into one book in the Jewish Canon. Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles are each one book rather than two. Ezra and Nehemiah are also combined into one book. Short answer? That will all depend upon which edition of the King James Version of the Bible you use or reference. If you use the original and editions, the King James Version of the Bible actually had more books in it than does the NAB. No, the entire Bible is harmonious. While some passages might seem to show the Bible contradicting itself, they can usually be understood correctly by applying one or more of the following principles: Consider the context. Any author can appear to contradict himself if his words are taken out of context. Consider the writer’s viewpoint. The Complete Bible Answer Book (Answer Book Series) by Hank Hanegraaff | out of 5 stars Hardcover $ $ 99 $ $ Get it as soon as Wed, Oct FREE Shipping on your first order shipped by Amazon. More Buying Choices $ (62 used & new offers).
Others have attacked the names and dates and events and numbers in the Bible, and proclaim that the book is riddled with errors. People who accept human evolution out of some primordial soup ridicule the very idea of creation as a throwback to an age of barbarians and illiterates. Catholic Religion. In the Catholic religion the holy Bible is composed of 73 books. These are divided between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Only the Old Testament consists of 46 books. The new testament is made up of the remaining 27 books.. Protestant. The Protestant Bibles have 66 books, 7 less than the Catholic discrepancy is due to the fact that the Protestant Bibles. With categories and subcategories, this book is as useful a reference tool for people who know nothing about the Bible as it is for those who have a great deal of Bible knowledge. This guide serves as a versatile and easy-to-use nondenominational Bible reference book This resource was over ten years in the making giving you a collection of biblical answers you can count on.4/5(4). Question: "Does the Bible contain errors, contradictions, or discrepancies?" Answer: If we read the Bible at face value, without a preconceived bias for finding errors, we will find it to be a coherent, consistent, and relatively easy-to-understand book. Yes, there are difficult passages. Yes, there are verses that appear to contradict each other.