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  • Fungirl on Leviticus 18:22 - 10 months ago
    My concerns with the Bible is where did it come from? Was paper created then? Stories change over time and people add more just to make sure it's entertainment. Someone wrote one book and allowed it to be shared without being damaged? And then it was duplicated without missing a single word or interpretation. Also what makes the Bible better than the Quran or any other faith based book? Also what makes this Hod better than others Gods? I know there is a higher power but who is it?
  • S Spencer - In Reply on Leviticus 18:22 - 10 months ago
    Hi Fun girl.

    The bible is not one book.

    The bible is 66 books written approximately 1,500 years

    The books of the Bible were written at different times by about 40 different authors.

    But that is not to say that it took 1,500 years to write the Bible, only that it took that long for the complete canon of Scripture to be written as God progressively revealed His Word.

    Jesus was asked a similar question in John 7:15-17.

    'And the Jews marvelled, saying, How knoweth this man letters, having never learned?

    Jesus answered them, and said, My doctrine is not mine, but his that sent me.

    IF ANY MAN WILL DO HIS WILL, HE SHALL KNOW OF THE DOCTRINE, WHETHER IT BE OF GOD, or whether I speak of myself.

    If we desire to do the will of God, he will make his word true to you. However, you have to read his word to know his will!

    May I ask, have you began to read the Bible?

    If not, you would have to read it. There is not a book written that you can tell if it's true or not unless you begin to read it.

    God's word will authenticate itself in your life!

    And there is fulfilled prophecy and archeology in the areas mentioned in the Bible that authenticates these areas is consistent with the stories presented in the Bible.

    Fun girl, A loving Father wouldn't leave us without his word!

    Hopefully this helps and others can add .

    God bless.



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