Is Our Bible Accurate?

When language is translated.

Our Holy Bible has been written in several languages and translated many times. Most of the Bible, the Old Testament and the New Testament were originally written in Hebrew, but some of it was written in Aramaic.

The Aramaic language belongs to the Sematic Family which includes languages like Hebrew and Pheonician. The Aramaic language is about 3,000 years old and was a language that was used by Administrations of Empires and Divine Worship. Aramaic was used by the conquering Assyrians and also by the Babylonians, and Persian Empires, which ruled from India to Ethiopia. Today there are documents that were written in Aramaic that are owned by Egypt and Palestine, and even some writings that are hidden in the Vatican.

What is very interesting, however, some believe it was the day to day language of Israel in the Second Temple period of time. That would have been around 539 BCE-70 CE. Some even believe it was the language spoken by Jesus because Aramaic remained a dominant language for Jewish worship, scholarship, and everyday life for centuries in both the land of Israel, and Babylon.

Most of the Bible was written in Hebrew, however there are a just verses of the bible that were written in the Aramaic language. These were in the Old Testament Ezra:8-16, Jeremiah 10:11, Daniel 2:7-28. There were also, a few writtings in the New Testament in which the followers of Jesus spoke a few words in Aramaic.

What is is very interesting, however is the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Dead Sea Scrolls were found in 1947, and the Dead Sea Scrolls have been carefully studied. The carbon dating shows them to actually come from the first century BC. Among the Dead Sea Scrolls about 20% of the texts discovered had been written in Aramaic.

Since most of the Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls were written in Hebrew, then my next question would be are the translations of the bible accurate? This is a question I have been thinking about for a long time. However, if God, put writing the Bible into man's hands, then it does not matter what language is used. Because God want's us to know His love for us. He gave us his only Son Jesus. Jesus who died on the Cross to forgive us for our sins.

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noturningback 4 years ago from Edgewater, MD. USA

Yes, absolutely no doubting here as to the entire purpose of the Bible. Written to instruct us of unlawful acts and to tell us of the coming of Christ and His saving power.

Then, when He arrived, His words were spoken that we might be saved, by abiding in them. If not for the written account, the message surely would have taken on a different meaning.


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dmop 4 years ago from Cambridge City, IN

I am quite sure that the Bible is in fact not accurate, or at least not complete. Hundreds of books, scrolls whatever you call them were omitted for one reason or another. Mostly due to political and religious pressure placed upon the scholars and religious leader charged with the task of translating them into English as one "complete" Book, let alone the addition of the Dead Sea Scrolls. There are actually rumors that a few people lost their lives due to unpopular opinions that they expressed during the process, which kept the others involved "in line" with the desires of King James and the religious powers at the time.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

@ nuoturningback I agree with your comment, the words of the bible are true, even if we read them after they have been translated


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

@dmop Maybe not complete, but as I wrote in another hub, we are aware of books that were left out of the bible. We also know that the Vatican has documents that they will never let anyone read. Those documents are even guarded. What confuses me, however, if those documents are so infamous, why don't they just destroy them. Then no one will ever see them.


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aguasilver 4 years ago from Malaga, Spain

I just work on the principal that as we hold that the bible is God inspired, He must have been capable of delivering the bible we need, however that happened!

The Vatican would not destroy those works because thy probably contain powerful information still deemed too important for mere believers to see.... maybe God will release it in time, or just deliver the same information by a new source when the time is correct?


Hurrdurr 4 years ago

"Most of the Bible, the Old Testament and the New Testament were originally written in Hebrew, but some of it was written in Aramaic."

Koine Greek. Any bells ringing? Where did you hear NT was written in Hebrew?


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

@aguasilver, I agree with you, on everything you wrote. Thank you for your comment.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

@Hurrdurr Many places teach that the bible was written in Hebrew. But Greek does not come up as much. Sorry Please tell me where you got your information. I would like to learn more. I am not trying to insult you, I am trying to learn more. God bless you.


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pmccray 4 years ago from Utah

Rev 22:19 - And if anyone takes away from the words of this book of prophecy, God will take away that one's share of the tree of life and of the holy city, which are written about in this book.

God left us a warning on the last page of the Bible in Revelations. The Bible has definately been tampered with not only with translation errors, but by blantant omissions.

Many descriptions of people, verses and lessons I know have been omitted and tampered with. This is why this one verse is special to me, God knew by leaving this book of knowledge in the hands of man it would twisted to fit mankind's ever expanding ego.

B=biblical I=instructions B=before L=leaving E=earth.

Excellent hub, interesting subject matter. Thank you for sharing, voted up, marked interesting.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

Thank you very much. This is the best comment and very true. God Bless You.


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Drtruthman 4 years ago from Harlingen, Texas

OK, first let me say Michele, great article. I agree, it really doesn't matter what the language was, Jesus is the Son of God and gave of Himself freely so we might live eternally. HE is the word, ultimate word and fulfillment of the word.

Now as to the historical aspect. I am a theologian and have the credentials to prove it. I read Koine' Greek (near fluently)which is what the New Testament was written in and in fact the first complete 70 books of both the Old and New Testament were written in Codex format (like a book) in Koine' Greek in Alexandria Eygpt around 70 AD or CE. The Old testament was almost NEVER written in Codex form and only circulated in individual scroll format mostly in ancient Hebrew, some Aramaic but in Daniel there is allot of Chaldean and Ugaritic (ancient Sumerian) as well. The New Testament was circulated as "letters and stories" until the council of Nicea when the Roman Church was officially formed and the decision as to what would or would not be allowed in the official scriptures. There is also the matter of the Apocrypha and Pseudopygrapha as well as the lost Old Testament books of Eden, Enoch (now widely available). There is also Job the oldest religious book of any found not only in the Bible but most other religious scripture as well. There is also the matter of the "study of linguistics". What a particular language meant 2,000 or 6,000 years ago might not mean the same thing today. The languages and translation of such is not a simple task as many might think. This is why Michele's Hub is so important. The Bible is accurate because regardless of the translation, the truth of Jesus being the INCARNATE Word, the "logos" (in the Greek)is the important thing. Jesus is the word and the truth; that is all that matters. I voted UP all across except for funny. Great Job. I might add I love the Chuck Swindoll study Bible, in fact anything Chuck Swindoll is great for study.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

Dr.Truthman Thank you so much for your comment. As you know, there is so much I need to learn. You are a wondeful person to follow. Thank you, you are helping me to learn.


Vonasmodeus 4 years ago

I believe in a GOD. After coming of age and truly analyzing the bible I can't believe that these are His words. Rather these are mans words used for power, control and supremacy of another using it as a weapon to infiltrate mankind's minds. All it takes is really to look at the history of Christianity & the Churches of its time, how they used the church to gain power, control & supremacy. . .i need not to explain this to Christians who KNOWS the bible, the church & its history. There are so many debates on the translation of the bible, the contradictions and how authentic it is . . . I mean even the name Jesus is debatable "Yahshua" http://www.iahushua.com/ST-RP/name.htm. All this talk of questioning the accuracy, hidden scrolls, Vatican vaults, dead sea scrolls, unaccounted scrolls and translation difficulties & flaws . . .How is all this fine if this is suppose to be GODS words & how can we just accept this. A good example of control of mankind's minds is the fake 911 terrorist attacks with all its inaccuracies which took place infront of our living eyes & whoever questioned it, was silenced & the rest just accept the lies & even believed it & in time to come future generations would too believe the lies. . . I believe in knowledge and research & i ask God each day to guide me.


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dmop 4 years ago from Cambridge City, IN

Vonasmodeus, nice comment, I have always been one to not just blindly swallow what ever is fed me. I do my own research and find that the most accepted ideas are almost always wrong in light of all the facts.


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Drtruthman 4 years ago from Harlingen, Texas

Vonasmodeus and dmop, with all due respect (and I do)you both have very valid points. That said however, as theologians we would only partly agree. The Bible (complete or not) is man's word about God but also God's word about man. Knowledge is an important aspect of theological study as well and the "accepted traditional ideas are NOT always right". this indeed is true. But then we no longer practice medicine like it was practiced 20 years ago. Things change and knowledge increases. But then again we are ALL just human beings, we make mistakes, language is still developing but the whole Jesus, Joshua, Yahshua Name discussion is simply a matter of semantics. Regardless, Jesus and one's belief in Him is a faith issue and Jesus NEVER changes. No matter what, Jesus IS the WORD, the way, the truth and the life. Just a thought friends and as the Apostle Paul would say, "Think on these things."


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

I am glad I wrote this hub. Many people are explaining things to me. Sometimes when I write hubs that contain Christianity, I use ( ?) because I need to learn. That is true. I does not mean I know. It is because people tell me more then I know, which helps me a lot. Maybe it is a wrong thing to do, but it does help me learn answers to questions I have.


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Drtruthman 4 years ago from Harlingen, Texas

We should all want to learn. I have learned so much from you both as a Christian and as an epileptic. Keep on keeping on for Jesus.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

Thank you Dr. Truth I will.

God bless you.


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James A Watkins 4 years ago from Chicago

Thank you for this wonderful article. I believe the Bible is translated correctly, the Old Testament from Hebrew and the New Testament from Greek.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

@ James Watkins thank you for your comment. It means a lot to me.


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Prophet4Today 4 years ago from Ewa Beach, Hawaii

The view I find most usable is that the Bible is the true and accurate Word of God in the original transcripts, meaning as the original authors penned them. As they are translated into other languages it then becomes the responsibility of the reader to do their homework and see how the original language used certain words and phrases. But the homework requirement leaves no excuse especially today with computerized helps.

For casual absorption, any version will give you an honest taste for what the Father's meaning is in any given chapter or verse. But when it comes to serious doctrinal issues, you then have to ask who's interpretation are you going to use. Some churches require that you use only their sanctioned interpretation. As for me, I prefer relying on the Holy Spirit (the original author after all) with in the context of the whole counsel of God.


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dmop 4 years ago from Cambridge City, IN

I agree Prophet, there is no substitute for prayer and asking for understanding, and sometimes the answers just don't come and we need to be willing to accept that as well.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

I do agree with you. I is God who let man write the bible, and it is God who put the bible into words. Thank you so much for your comment.


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Randy Godwin 4 years ago from Southern Georgia

This hub is an excellent illustration of the reasons why many believers are so confused as to who wrote bible and where the old myths come from. The Great Flood in Genesis is obviously a plagiarized story from the much older Epic of Gilgamesh as are many other biblical myths merely stolen tales from the bible's predated past.

Sorry, but you did your research poorly. It's always better to rely on facts and not your own particular muses when writing an article you wish to be taken seriously.


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Prophet4Today 4 years ago from Ewa Beach, Hawaii

Randy Godwin

Thank you, but as a believer I for one am in no ways confused. I wasn't around at the time that either Genesis or Gilgamesh were written so the only fact that my personal musings are based on is the fact that God is. This has been proven to my satisfaction more than any other fact I hold as true. All other research, yours or mine, is biased by ones belief in that fact. Since none of us were present at Genesis, all that we hold true about the origins of species is predicated on our belief in who, or even if God is. Let me know what your bias about God is so I can determine how seriously to take your musings.


Vonasmodeus 4 years ago

I open my eyes each day and marvel at the perfection and miracles of GOD. The way he perfectly created the body of man, animals, sky, sun, moon, earth, nature & the universe all in perfection . . . Each one of the items I mentioned and countless other perfections created by GOD is clearly but a drop in the ocean of His infinite wisdom, power & knowledge. I do not question GOD but I can certainly question anything of man’s actions. Everything that GOD does is perfection . . . thus we cannot partially agree with facts, research or truth of the bible or give excuses or reasoning with uncertainty with regards to accuracy. If the bible was truly GOD’s words it would be perfect, accurate, no debate, no questions, no mistakes, no talk of hidden scrolls, no contradictions, no translation problems . . . . . nothing other than perfection. There would be no need for this type of hub to exist my friends. GOD made man and women perfect, it is the choices of humankind to rule over another, greed, lust, betrayal, segregation, wars etc and I believe it was mans choice to use GOD through Christianity and the bible to achieve this. I prove but a fraction of my points in illustrating that the Roman Catholic Church is amongst, if not still the richest organization in the world. According to Catholics the church was founded by Jesus Christ to give you some idea of how long they have been enjoying their power & riches and this example is but one congregation . . . . . The bible is a great history book and as many history books it’s not without flaws, inaccuracy and untruth and for me I find it difficult to believe that this is GOD’s words.


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Randy Godwin 4 years ago from Southern Georgia

@Prophet4--there is no "fact that god is"! And there is the rub. If any of you believers could exhibit a fact of a god--or many gods for that matter--existing at all, there would be no argument here on this page.

You use the word "facts" very loosely in your post, but I know you have to. The Epic of Gilgamesh is proven to be much older than your novel, the Holy Bible, and was "stolen" to be included in your book of goat herder's myths.

And I have a bias against all of the multitude of gods invented by ignorant men. Not just yours. :)


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Prophet4Today 4 years ago from Ewa Beach, Hawaii

God is perfect and wants us to know Him through His word. The debates, questions of accuracy, mistakes, hidden scrolls, contradictions, translation problems and the wealth of the Catholic Church, are all issues men bring to the conversation.

Every time you see any person in the bible quoting the bible you will find them taking it seriously as God's word. Even the devil in Luke 4:10-11 quotes the word of God and takes it for what it says.

Jesus quotes from the bible and calls it the word of God numerous times. Mark 7:13, Luke 11:28, John 10:35. If you believe Jesus then you don't have a problem with the bible being the word of God. If you don't believe Jesus then you have bigger problems then whether or not the bible is the word of God.

The fallacy is to get sidetracked by what men do in the name of religion while missing out on what God wants to do through faith.


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Randy Godwin 4 years ago from Southern Georgia

LOL! So the bible proves itself, eh Prophet4? Are you indeed a prophet given special powers by your god to predict the future? Or are you simply a self proclaimed seer who likes the sound of the title? I would wager on the latter, as a supreme being would surely choose someone who knew the difference between fact and fancy to represent her/him/it.


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Prophet4Today 4 years ago from Ewa Beach, Hawaii

Randy

I did not come to Hub Pages to engage mockers but rather believers. Why are you here? If you don't believe, then what is my faith to you?

You think that the term prophet refers only to "Seers" and "predictors of the future" which shows your lack of understanding.

The gift of Prophecy comes through God's Holy Spirit, by faith in Jesus Christ. The Spirit gives gifts as He wills and not as we desire. (For a better dissertation read Paul's work on this subject in 1 Corinthians chapters 12-14) Prophecy is simply the ability to speak the word of God into the life of believers individually or groups and have it be relevant and for the purpose of honoring God.

The receipt of the spiritual gifts are the factual proofs to the believer because they fulfill what is promised. This factual bases of proof is as valid to the believer as science is to the non-beleiver. So whose proof do we get to use, only yours? I also believe in science, do you believe in God's spirit? I am open to more factual proofs then you. Who is the fool?

"But the natural man does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him; nor can he know [them], because they are spiritually discerned."

"For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God."

You can be a prophet for the God and Father of Jesus Christ just as you can be a prophet for the god and ruler of this world. Both jobs come with promised rewards in the end.

God bless and farewell


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Randy Godwin 4 years ago from Southern Georgia

Ha! I suppose it was indeed the latter! LOL! Don't worry, I wasn't going to actually ask you predict anything to prove you're telling the truth. I'm not that cruel! LOL!


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StevenKingSampara 4 years ago

First – New Testament was originally written in Greek and then translated to other languages.

New Testament is the journals or records of Christ’s Disciples and of Apostle Paul all about their personal experiences of early Mission work. Never mind about their personal writings and experiences, there’s no religious importance, but spiritual life, particularly writings of Apostle Paul’s.

Most of the Gospels are same as each one did write the same stories that related to the Christ’s life and teachings. But if there’s any spiritual lesson that one can perceive from the New Testament then it could be a beneficial.

Second – Yes a Lot of original Scriptures was missed at Old Testament. There’s so much religious material and sacred text is still not there. That’s why there are so many scriptural errors one can find at the Holy Bible.

Personally I did profound research with those certain matters and would like to share with all who be keen on to learn.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

StevenKingsampara That is a very interesting comment. Have you written hubs about it? I and others I am sure would love to learn more. It would be wonderful for you to share with us what you knowl

Thank you very much for your comment.


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StevenKingSampara 4 years ago

Dear Michele Travis, Thanks for your note. So far I did not write any of HUbs here as just now, a few minutes back, I came to this Site.

Pretty much fine to seeing you here.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

StevenKingSampra Sorry for me asking but where else did we see each other? Please forgive me for forgetting. I forgot a lot after my brain sugery for epilepsy.


Vonasmodeus 4 years ago

StevenKing your words raises one of my points of how can we follow an imperfect, inaccurate & heaven knows what other influence from man over time written and compiled "book" that we blindly follow and call God's word & instructions . . . when everything God created is perfect (refer to older posts)

Prophet you underlined what I’m trying to say my friend with regards to “is the bible accurate”. In your own words you said, “The debates, questions of accuracy, mistakes, hidden scrolls, contradictions, translation problems and the wealth of the Catholic Church, are all issues men bring to the conversation” It was the very “man” back then that compiled the bible into one book . .Who knows what influences they inserted or omitted into the bible through politics, greed or whatever agenda was on the table and as we know today people in power have their own agendas and as you said “issues men bring to the conversation” It makes me wonder what issues men brought into the bible back then and how they changed it to their will for as we all know the Church controlled and ruled the land. This brings me back to my previous post on all the perfections of God’s creations, compared to the imperfection of the bible which simply cannot be GOD’s words.


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Prophet4Today 4 years ago from Ewa Beach, Hawaii

Vonasmodeus

I did not make your case when I quoted you. I was pointing out the nonsense that some today allow to get in the way of what is God's word. You don't address the case I make of the people in the bible, Jesus most especially, quoting the bible and taking it as the word of God. Did Jesus get this wrong or did He just not have the higher insight that we mere mortals have today concerning that which constitutes the word of God?

I believe in a God who is jealous for His word. If you follow a God who is incapable of protecting His word for the sake of His glory, then how great can he truly be.

I recommend Josh McDowel's book "Evidence that Demands a Verdict" to any who would like some historic perspective on the bible and how it came to us today in its present form. There is much bad history and out right fabrication and fiction about lost and left out scrolls, and early church agendas with nefarious intentions to control what the bible would say.

I personally suspect that the modern day purveyors of this have a life style issue that they don't wish to subordinate to the word of God. But I could be wrong.

Thank you Vonasmodeus, you inspire me to continue my studying and teaching for the time is short and the harvest is still plentiful.


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Drtruthman 4 years ago from Harlingen, Texas

Wow Michele, you won't have much trouble reaching the score of 100 or above with all of this controversy. I am sure HubPages loves you...LOL Hope you have your Adsense and Amazon accounts set up and working because you should be making some money from all of this.....LOL and don't worry I know that's not why you wrote it but hey, if every body is going to keep this "civil argument" going why not? Lee


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

I haven't checked my score, but you need like 1,000 hits on one add to make a dollar, so I am not going to set that up. It will make my fingers hurt. Beside, I am not the one arguing. There is one thing one this hub which is a little strange. I don't know the SteveKing person, but he said " Pretty much fine to see you here" I have no idea what he is talking about.


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aguasilver 4 years ago from Malaga, Spain

I know I am repeating myself, but anyway:

"I just work on the principal that as we hold that the bible is God inspired, He must have been capable of delivering the bible we need, however that happened!"

I also subscribe to the belief that ALL you need to understand the bible is a dictionary.

God was, is and always will be capable of delivering His word to us however we need to receive it.

Ignore the mockers and scornful folk, scripture tells us they will be here to perform THEIR part in the end play.

John


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

Thank you John, once again you have helped me.


Vonasmodeus 4 years ago

I will follow God to the end of my days & i ask Him for strength and guidance each day . . . but how do i follow an imperfect dictionary (john) or history book that has been heavily influenced by man... My point stands that a true bible or holy book would have been perfect throughout the ages of time if it was inspired by God.

I believe in knowledge and seeking the truth . . . John please refer to my previous post and for all of us lets not be blinded from the facts,truth, research and knowledge.

Michele I don't know but I thank you for opening up these type of hubs and I've also learned a great deal from them. Keep up the good work

God Bless


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

Vonasmodeus, thank you also your comments have been good. One of the the things I do, since I do not know very much, is pray and ask God to show me what He wants me to do. To show me the path he wants me to walk down. Help me to do what he wants me to do. Things like that. I cannot quote scritpure unless I look it up, so I am still trying to learn a lot.


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aguasilver 4 years ago from Malaga, Spain

Hi Vonasmodeus,

The bible has stayed perfect through time, men may have misconstrued it, interpreted it to fit their presumptions and abused it out of context, but for any Holy Spirit led person, it has and will always guide you to all truth.

There has always been a thread of 'the testimony' that has rung true, and most of the time the carriers holding the 'Torch of the Testimony' have been castigated as heretics, for simply sticking to the words of Christ, led by the Holy Spirit.

The Anabaptists, Cathars, and many others were destroyed by Churchianity because they refused to accept what Churchianity told them.

We are not on different pages.

I mention the dictionary because dictionaries express what the common words in daily use mean TO THE CURRENT GENERATION.

'wicked' truly does now refer to what modern folk call 'good' and anybody reading the bible will see, just from that, that we are in the end times.

I use an OLD Mirriam Websters dictionary, which is probably the last dictionary that defined words in a Christian concept.

The dictionary reference was more to say that we do not need a priest or a commentator to explain what God dictated into His word.

I have been through many differing examples of the bible, and concluded that the KJV is the bible of choice for me, the Greek Hebrew is a good reference book for study and the Amplified will often spark a wider understanding.

The NIV and most others I use to see what the current state of play is in deception.

Hope that clarifies, and look forward to reading your hubs, when you publish.

John

Michele, apologies for hijacking the thread.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

aquasilver please do not apologize, you are helping me and for that I thank you.


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aguasilver 4 years ago from Malaga, Spain

Thanks Michele! :)

John


Vonasmodeus 4 years ago

Thank You Sir

The question of this Hub was: Is our Bible Accurate ...

So I guess its fair to answer that question as NO, its not due to mans influence on it, making it no longer God's words but mans. How does the bible stay perfect when men edited it over time. . .

I hear your point with regards to Holy Spirit Guiding us through the bible to the truth but then why need a bible infiltrated by men... to each believer in a GOD (holy spirit), pray to Him and ask Him for guidance and surely God can guide us in that way...

Who knows maybe we are to worship God in that way through our spirits, minds and hearts but not what our eyes read for our eyes could so easily deceive us all.

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