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HOW to read the Bible for all its Worth, Gordon Fee, Douglas Stuart
Religion and Theology
Pages 5 (1255 words)
How to read the Bible for all its worth by Gordon Fee and Douglas Stuart Name Institution Professor Date Introduction The Bible is a book that has been present for decades. The Bible is a collection of texts that are considered sacred by Christians. There being the presence of different religious groups, Christians have the Bible as their main source of inspiration.
Its scriptures were written in order to make an impact on society. The Bible helps Christians understand their religion. Before modern times, the Bible was in a few written languages. In today’s time, the Bible is consisted of many languages so that its readings can be understood by many. The Bible has had a major influence on individuals and on the literature today. When people read the Bible, there is acquisition of divine inspiration and depending on the reader, there is the acceptance of the teachings that the Bible teaches. Criticism of the Biblical has been present since when the Bible gained popularity. Criticism is the investigation that an individual does to the Bible in order to bring out the required text. Though the Bible has gained popularity and acceptance from society, some have been against the Bible in terms of it being a source of information and guidance. Many have supported the idea that the Bible is an accurate description of the actual events that happened and also the main source of guidance. In this essay, attention will be focused on the book, “How to read the Bible for all its worth” and determine whether the authors have in mind the real meaning of the Holy book of scriptures2. ...
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