How do you explain the bible jack?

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  1. Roger Rabbit profile image60
    Roger Rabbitposted 7 years ago

    How do you explain the bible jack?

    Let's hear it then .

  2. profile image0
    jomineposted 7 years ago

    As a myth............
    Bible is a collection of myths.......A book written by Jews to glorify themselves!!(Well they are not an exception, all cultures have done that, only bible is more widely followed by idiots!)

  3. olgakhumlo profile image78
    olgakhumloposted 7 years ago

    The Bible is the inspired word of God.Written by 40 different authors in different eras ,there exists a  perfect harmony.Moreover some of the writers  being mere fishermen ,their records  are free from any errors.The Messianic prophesies are fulfilled in absolute  accordance;the prophesies of Daniel -the Babylonian Kingdom, the Medes - Persian, the Greeks -Alexander the Great ,the Romans,and the Mixed Kingdom,have been fulfilled  the coming Kingdom of Christ,as prophesied by Daniel the prophet is imminent.It is the only Book attacked down through history and yet prevailed, and will continue to stand despite all who spurn it or try to destroy it .
    Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.(Matt 24; 35)

  4. Pedroemose profile image73
    Pedroemoseposted 7 years ago

    The Bible is a collection of works from several different genres that record our interaction with and reaction to encounters with the supernatural being who is God.  It is a collection pulled from many such collections in history, whose selection process is based on those who seemed to have the closest contact with this supernatural being, based on fulfilled prophesy, eyewitness accounts, miraculous signs, the way their claims line up with historical events, and their validation by Jesus Christ.  It is based on the premise that human beings know nothing unless a supernatural being validates their existence, and that human being needs grace and cannot save himself from the way the world is messed up (since he is the main part of the problem) -- a unique premise in religious thought.

  5. Jarn profile image80
    Jarnposted 7 years ago

    Unforunately no biblejack has been uncovered by archeologists in its entirety, but based on the fragments found in Classical era churches, experts surmise the biblejack was an early portable ratchet and pawl device intended to aid elderly clergymen in lifting the heavier examples of the Holy Bible onto the pulpit during Mass, thus reducing back strain.


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