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  2. Bible - Wikipedia

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    The Bible (from Koine Greek τὰ βιβλία, tà biblía, 'the books') is a collection of religious texts or scriptures sacred in Christianity, Judaism, Samaritanism, and many other religions. The Bible is an anthology —a compilation of texts of a variety of forms— originally written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Koine Greek.

  3. Internal consistency of the Bible - Wikipedia

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    Pastor Erwin Lutzer argues that the Bible is consistent in asserting that it is the word of God, and that this is a reason for accepting that it is of divine origin: "The sixty-six books speak with a consistent voice that these are the words of God".

  4. Biblical criticism - Wikipedia

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    Historical-biblical criticism includes a wide range of approaches and questions within four major methodologies: textual, source, form, and literary criticism. Textual criticism examines biblical manuscripts and their content to identify what the original text probably said. Source criticism searches the text for evidence of their original sources.

  5. Criticism of the Bible - Wikipedia

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    Simon Blackburn states that the "Bible can be read as giving us a carte blanche for harsh attitudes to children, the mentally handicapped, animals, the environment, the divorced, unbelievers, people with various sexual habits, and elderly women". Blackburn criticizes what he terms morally suspect themes of the New Testament.

  6. Theodicy and the Bible - Wikipedia

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    The New Bible Dictionary finds these two distinct freedoms in the Bible: (i) "The Bible everywhere assumes" that, by nature, everyone possesses the freedom of "unconstrained, spontaneous, voluntary, and therefore responsible, choice." The New Bible Dictionary calls this natural freedom "free will" in a moral and psychological sense of the term.

  7. Biblical inspiration - Wikipedia

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    Biblical inspiration is the doctrine in Christian theology that the human writers and canonizers of the Bible were led by God with the result that their writings may be designated in some sense the word of God. This belief is traditionally associated with concepts of the biblical infallibility and the internal consistency of the Bible. Contents

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