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Discussion in 'Self Improvement and Being Successful' started by brandy, Jun 24, 2011.
"Do you have a Bible in your home? If so, which one?"
As per my knowledge, there's only one Bible and that's the "Holy Bible" for Christians.
Muslims have a similar book which is called Qu'ran.
I'm not a christian, so I don't have any bible
I have a Bible at home but I don't even remeber the version. I think they all have the same information.
They definitely have the same content. But there are some bibles which contain less Books.
Yes I do have a Bible we have one in our home and I have my own in my room.
The various versions of the Holy Bible primarily differ in translation rather than content. The ancient languages in which the books were originally penned have sometimes difficult translations into modern languages, and amgibuities are possible (especially when the original writer is speaking figuratively).
Interestingly, the sciences of linguistics and archaeology, together, are still to this day providing new insights into the proper translations of ancient languages, and clearing away some long-held misconceptions. In turn, this means that more recent translations of the Bible have the potential, at least, to giving a better depiction of what the original authors were trying to convey. How well a particular translation succeeds is another matter, and almost always is a subject of some debate. It's inevitable that a translator's personal biases will creep in, even subconsciously; the more a particular translation has rigorously kept this in check, the more accurately the original meaning is conveyed.
Wiki's discussion here just scratches the surface, but gives out a taste of this very interesting topic.
I'm personally partial to the NIV (New International Version).
I am not a Christian, so I don't have any bible
No ... i have toran in my home ... but i like see bible and read it
I have a New and Old Testament bible at my home. I am not the kind of person who reads bible everyday for enlightening myself, but I read it just for my family. Recently I began reading a few chapters because I had a test that asks questions from Bible. I read the book of Exodus and the gospel of St.Luke. I must say, the book of exodus, though interesting, repeats that same thing over and again. St.Luke's gospel is a good reflection of good deeds and humanity, but not the kind of thing that interests you
I am not a christian .. but I have read Holy Bible...
I am jain by my teligion so i dnt have bible but have similar book jinbharti
I have one, but it's pretty dusty. I keep it as a reminder of how lost people are and how badly they need answers. The bible gives them that. It also gives people hope that when they die there is something better. Unfortunately, that's all it is. It takes a lot of courage to confront the truth - that there is nothing for us except this life. When we die, we die. There may be a god and there may be an afterlife, but not in any biblical sense. We're not that important to the universe. Of course, i could be wrong. it's possible. I've been wrong before, but hedging my bets is no reason to become a christian.
I am not Christian. But I do respect all religion out this in this world. I believe people created religions But GOD is one may be two (male and female). I just follow him/her no matter from which religion I belong to.
I have an old illustrated one from when I was around 10 years old.
I do not have bible at my home.
Doesn't look like anyone here owns or reads the bible. Anyways, everyone in my family has a bible. The family bible is an NIV
No i don't have a bible.
No i don't have bible but i want to read which one is better?
I belong to hindu religion so I have no bible. I respect all the holy books.