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Five Reasons why the Bible is the Most Important Book on Earth! Reason Three

Reason #3:
It’s the most accurate book of
antiquity

The Bible is the most copied book of
antiquity
. Written over a time period of some 1,500 years, it was completed approximately 2,000 years ago. Yet, in all the centuries that have passed, none
of its contents have ever been found inaccurate.

  • It has been translated into its present form directly from the original languages from a vast supply of ancient manuscripts sifted by the best minds and most competent scholars of our day and of many prior generations. It has been translated into every known existing language.
  • It is surpassingly accurate to the smallest details. Its contents, as
    translated, are as close to the original words of the authors as humanly
    possible. Only a few words of the entire book (a tiny, insignificant percentage)are in any doubt as to the original words and none of the disputed text affects the message of the book. Additionally, new discoveries of previously unknown ancient manuscripts continue to provide ever greater accuracy to the contents of this book.
  • It has been sifted, studied, commentated upon and dissected more than any book in history. Volumes of books have been written about it and if they were stacked on top of one another they would reach to the sky.
  • Where this book can be verified by external events such as archeology,geography, custom, politics, culture, known world history and writings in other ancient texts it has been so verified as to be accurate in all respects. New discoveries always support it, never vice versa. It has never once been proven faulty on single detail or fact, although many have mightily tried and failed.

The Pocket Testament League

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2 thoughts on “Five Reasons why the Bible is the Most Important Book on Earth! Reason Three

  1. I tried to get the rss-Feed but the feed url displays me some xml errors..

    • kealnt on said:

      I am sorry Merry. I will look into it. To be honest I am really learning as I go. I do hope you get to come back. I think that there is also a subscribe option as well! Take Care!

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