For hundreds of years it was a collection of stories passed by word of mouth. Then the monk "scribes" began writing those stories down in longhand about 600 years after Jesus. Of course the monks, in their attempt to be helpful and clear often altered and embellished these stories, creating the hundreds of Bible versions that exist today. The first English translation of the Bible didn't come about until 1380. The Mazarin Bible was the first Bible put in print by Gutenberg in the 1450's.
...Just as it amazes me how insulting, hostile and hateful the worst of the "Christians" are. Did Jesus teach you to respond to people like this? I don't think so....
Some fu kin nutter. It might have been that chinese bloke " some c u nt " ?
A hebrew kindergarten teacher... or Satan, who knows.
The Bible is a collection of Jewish myths written over a period of perhaps 1400-1500 years. The Romans decided to make a book of some selected ones to use for their own ends, and that is how the Bible came to be. You can ultimately say Romans under Constantine made the first Bible from older writings. The authors are uncertain. Moses is said to have written the first five books, but we do not kow if he actually existed. His name is Egyptian. I think the last part is Revelation that is attributed to a St. John the Divine. Who knows if he existed?
The first version was a mixture of adaptations from other religions' tales of creation, exodus, commendments, virgin conception and virgin birth and messiah stories. Ever since those early versions it is being written and rewritten continuously. It is called translation, clarification and modernization. The wikipedia page on "Bible translations" gives you a good starting point into the rich history of the ever changing content of that book.
some fool while playing with his ****
It was a fool or some fools.
it would be very awkward some fools playing with some fool **** ...............lol
Which Bible...there are many significant variations of the them
It was meant to be God's autobiography. It just got terribly misworded.
Man -- Who was the God they talked about I wonder?
A very creative group of writers
Several different people.