Origin of Bible
OTHER WORDS FROM Bibleanti-Bible, adjective
Words nearby Bible
How to use Bible in a sentence
She still balanced her checkbook, and spent her days doing crossword puzzles and poring over her Bible.
Some defend the Pences by claiming they “just follow the Bible.”
First and foremost, as the Bible says, love your neighbor as you love yourself.Departure from convention—mom, baseball, the postal worker, and patriotism|jakemeth|August 19, 2020|Fortune
It would have been a familiar theme to the people who wrote the Bible and it is reflected in the texts themselves.
This conviction has deep roots in Christian thought, it can be traced to the authors of the Bible and early Jewish and Christian communities.
And “what kind of person,” Steinberg asks, “dares to write a sequel to the Bible?”
It needs to be said: bigotry in the name of religion is still bigotry; child abuse wrapped in a Bible verse is still child abuse.
No more allowing people to justify their bigotry by spouting a cherry-picked Bible verse.
He stated—quite rightly—that animals are never mentioned in connection with eternal life in the Bible.Sorry, Internet: Pope Francis Didn't Open Paradise to Pets|Candida Moss|December 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the Bible, Moses does kill a guy—the Egyptian slave master who is beating an Israelite to death.Christian Bale: One Man's Moses Is Another Man's Terrorist|Candida Moss, Joel Baden|December 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There seems something in that also which I could spare only very reluctantly from a new Bible in the world.
Each religion claims that its own Bible is the direct revelation of God, and is the only true Bible teaching the only true faith.
And furthermore, I imagine something else about this—quite unlike the old Bible—I imagine all of it periodically revised.
Is the Bible revelation so clear and explicit that no difference of opinion as to its meaning is possible?
I shall therefore, in my effort to prove the Bible fallible, quote almost wholly from Christian critics.
British Dictionary definitions for Bible
- the Bible the sacred writings of the Christian religion, comprising the Old and New Testaments and, in the Roman Catholic Church, the Apocrypha
- (as modifier)a Bible reading
Word Origin for Bible
Cultural definitions for Bible (1 of 2)
The book sacred to Christians (see also Christian), which they consider to be the inspired word of God. The Bible includes the Old Testament, which contains the sacred books of the Jews (see also Jews), and the New Testament, which begins with the birth of Jesus.
Thirty-nine books of the Old Testament are accepted as part of the Bible by Christians and Jews alike. Some Christians consider several books of the Old Testament, such as Judith, I and II Maccabees, and Ecclesiasticus, to be part of the Bible also, whereas other Christians, and Jews, call these the Old Testament Apocrypha. Christians are united in their acceptance of the twenty-seven books of the New Testament; Jews do not consider the writings of the New Testament inspired. The Bible is also called “the Book” (bible means “book”).