But the bible isn't God's word, it's mans word.

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not by many people's opinion.

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Writing personal notes doesn't alter the words and there's nothing wrong with doing so.

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If people try and change the words in The bible then they will be cursed. <br />
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But some people right notes in their Bibles. these notes are not designed to alter the Bible. They are personal notes the person putting them in has no intention of changing the actual sc<x>riptures. <br />
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PS: Don't worry about the trolls answering. Disregard their ignorance.

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Jhesus answerde, and seide to hir, Eche man that drynkith of this watir, schal thirste efte soone; but he that drynkith of the watir that Y schal yyue hym, schal not thirste with outen ende; but the watir that Y schal yyue hym, schal be maad in hym a welle `of watir, spryngynge vp in to euerlastynge lijf.

Why change a word?

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I thought that you were just new to English:)))

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Are you trying to be funny? You fail.

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I am dead serious. This is a quote from the first english translation from the 14th century. Words have been changed all the time. Otherwise you would not even understand what is written in it.

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Hence why there's so many version's of the bible. People didn't understand and/or partake in actual readings.

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But each version was painstakingly written, with the King James my favorite, and the one that is used by most Christians.

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Good response/answer! *high five* ;)

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So un-christian calling people "trolls"

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accurately translating the Bible is not changing the Word.

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Who wrote the Bible?

Answer: 40 authors wrote the Bible over a period of 1,500 years. These Bible writers wrote as they were inspired by the Holy Spirit (see 2 Timothy 3:16-17). [1] Moses was the first person to write portions of Scripture while John the disciple of Jesus was the last. Other famous people who wrote the Bible include: David, Daniel, Peter, Paul, Jonah, Isaiah, Solomon and David.

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Old Testament Writers | New Testament Writers

Diversity of Bible Writers
Those who wrote the Bible lived at different times, some separated by hundreds of years. In many cases they were complete strangers to one another. Some Bible writers were businessmen or traders, others were shepherds, fishermen, soldiers, physicians, preachers, kings—human beings from all walks of life. They served under different governments, and lived within contrasting cultures and systems of philosophy.

All 66 Books of the Bible Agree
But here is the wonder of it all: When the 66 books of the Bible with their 1,189 chapters made up of 31,173 verses are brought together (KJV), we find perfect harmony in the message they convey. As the great scholar F. F. Bruce noted: "The Bible is not simply an anthology; there is a unity which binds the whole together."

The Bible writers gave God's messages by voice and pen while they lived, and when they died, their writings lived after them. These prophetic messages were then gathered together, under God's leading, in the book we call the Bible.

Who Wrote the Bible: God or Man?

The Scripture says in II Peter 1:20-21, "You must understand that no prophecy of Scripture came about by the prophet's own interpretation. For prophecy never had its origin in the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit."

The Holy Spirit revealed to the prophets the messages of Scripture. The writers of the Bible wrote not according to their own will or whim, but only as they were moved, or controlled, by the Spirit of God. The Bible is God's own book!

II Timothy 3:16-17, "All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work." The Holy Bible affects human beings so profoundly because "all" the Bible is "God-breathed." It's more than a nice collection of moral principles; it's more than a great book; it's an inspired document, God's book. The prophets who wrote the Bible related what they saw and heard in human language, but their message came directly from God.

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Why do you think that? If the shoe fits, wear it!!

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No, its all reprinted again and again: ministers often put notations in their Bibles, not a sin............

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God can keep his book. <br />
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There's faaaar better works of fiction out there, anyhow.

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It is your loss.

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Depends who you ask. For millenia through many generations by over 100 different authors contributers, each of these books were collected for their wisdom until 300 AD or so which now make up the bible. <br />
I'm a liberal Prostestant Christian, which means I think the ideas the bible is far more important than the text literally says. <br />
It is far more important that Paul addresses women and children at all (who were then still considered property), in spite of the fact he tells them to be silent in church. It is far more important that he also tells Philemon to treat his runaway slave as a "brother" than property than following the slave code in Leviticus. These ideas were still very forward for their time and should be progressive for any true Christian who wants to live a godly life.

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Your right. Paul was merely addressing the customs of the day which were deemed appropriate. Times change and so do social attitudes.

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Why does everybody ignore vs 36 of 1st. Corinthians ?

34 Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience as also saith the law.

35 And if they will learn any thing, let them ask their husbands at home: for it is a shame for women to speak in the church.

36 What? came the word of God out from you? or came it unto you only?

(It plainly gives the women entrance into the word of God!!)

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It's wrong if they believe it has to be kept clean. But what if they believe it has to be written all over with stuff from their lives?

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It is just a book, one that is to be highly regarded but a book.

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I don't read the Bible because I'm sure the men who wrote it bent and twisted God's word.

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Thank you for your scholarly analysis:)

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Why do you think that the God of the universe could have a bible written, and they not be able to keep it without flaws?

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The bible was made up by Pope Constantine.... he decided Mary Magdeleine had to be a ***** and Judas had to be hated to make a better story. It is a papal book, the most widely used version is U.K. was re-translated by King James..... and just as bad. You have attributed the Bible to the wrong author. Check your history.<br />
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Don't confuse the Bible with Christianity.<br />
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mx:))

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Constantine wasn't a Pope. He was the first Emperor during the Byzantine Empire period. He didn't assemble the bible, he had a group of biblical scholars assemble the most reliable and inspired works and put in a group of those books. That is the bible that is known today. There were many different text written that were excluded. We will never know any thing about these because they were destroyed by the purists

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That was King James. Constantine is the one who hijacked Christianity makeing people convert by threat of death. To me he was an Anti-Christ.

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First of all, it's only paper and ink. It's what is said that's important. Most people who write in the Bible, it's for reference reasons. It shows that he cares whats written in the Bible and cares enough to read it and to understand it.

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My first bible is written on multitudes of pages, and i am not one bit sorry, it was God speaking to me.

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In the way it's wrong but sometimes something good can come from it.

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it's just paper dude

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It's MY bible I can doodle n highlight as I please! It's not written on an emerald tablet! Now rolling a joint with a page may be something to huff about if you're a thumping Fanatic

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