Was the Bible mainly written to believers or non-believers?
Were the New Testament epistles written with non-christians or christians in mind as the intended readers?
Well the bible was written by many authors that were influenced by God, where they shared how they lived their lives as followers of the only living God. It was written for the purpose to serve as a guide for both believers and none believers. Só believers could know how to follow the right path and none believers could learn the way. The bible is the ispirational words of our living GOD. God bless us all.
The more that I study it, the more I am convinced it was written for seekers.
Those who seek to know
Those who seek to know more
Those who seek to understand
Those who seek to understand more
Those who seek to love
Those who seek to love more
Those who wish to give thanks
Those who wish to give hope
Those who seek a promise
Those who seek to make a promise
Those who seek to forgive
Those who seek to be forgiven.
Anyone who picks up a Bible and reads its
message is seeking something. I hope the most of us are seeking to know God.
The old Hebrew scriptures were given by God to teach man how God wanted people to live. The New Testament scriptures were written to set man on the path of Christianity since Christianity begins with Jesus. The two are combined as one Bible to teach us from the past before Jesus, and the Prophets' prophecies from God as well as the fulfilling of those prophecies through His arrival and crucifixion.
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