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The Bible is actually a whole library of books. The word "Bible" comes from a word that means "library". The Bible is a library of 66 different books written originally in 3 different languages by 40 different people from 3 different continents, from many different walks of life over about 1600 years (approx 1500 before Christ and 100 after Christ).

They wrote on many different and controversial topics including the afterlife. Despite the number of books, the different languages, the vocations and locations of the writers, the number of topics and long time span over which they were written, all the books agree and they all point to one person, Jesus Christ!  He is behind every book.

The Author behind the Writer

As you read the Bible you discover that the writers themselves credit God as being the author and that they, the writers, he inspired (2 Peter 1:20-21; 1 Timothy 3:16). Thus the Bible is the inspired word of God. As God has inspired it, it is his revelation about himself and his involvement in history. The Bible is HIS-STORY. Furthermore, because the Bible is God's revelation and because God is Holy, the Bible is authoritative and therefore entirely trustworthy.

When it says, Jesus was raised from the dead, this is not a myth but reality.

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Writers of the Bible


While God is the author of the Bible, the 66 books of the Bible were written by people from a variety of occupations:

-  kings

-  fishermen

-  tax collectors

-  shepherds

-  prophets

-  and even a doctor.

Some were well educated and some were described by those who persecuted them as being "unlearned and ignorant men" (Acts 4:13). Yet at the same time, these same persecutors recognised that these "ignorant" fishermen spoke with boldness, authority and power.

Some of the books of the Bible were written in a king's palace, others from prison. Amazingly, many of the writers didn't even know each other and did not have access to the others' writings. This coherent masterpiece written over 1600 years was not some some clever human conspiracy, if that were possible, but rather, inspired divine revelation. 


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