The Da Vinci Code makes this claim: “Man created [the Bible] as a historical record of tumultuous times, and it has evolved through countless translations, additions, and revisions. History has never had a definitive version of the book” (p. 231). Has the Bible evolved through countless translations, additions, and revisions? Defend your view.

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      Monica
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      I believe the Bible evolved through countless translations, additions, and revisions. On my tv I have seen an evangelist named Jimmy Swaggert make his own bibles. The bibles that he has made are tranlated, added, and revised in to what he has written in the bibles.

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      Sidney
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      I will tell the world that despite the numbers of translations, transliterations, paraphrases and commentaries – the Word of God is sacred. It is essentially unchanged in what it teaches. It is HisStory, a book about His redemption and His coming again. It is like – it never changes.

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      Sharon
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      I’m certain there are better translations than others, but as stated in the video, evidence from the Dead Sea Scrolls and manuscripts found in different locations, yet say the same thing point toward authenticity.

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      Cory
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      We have found that the Bible is accurate because if manuscripts that date back in time and match with almost 100%accuracy to other manuscripts that were passed down

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      Stephen
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      The bible has changed a little bit through time, but not that the full intention or representation of truth. The Bible has been translated in various languages and even converted into animate forms. In the cases of different translations, the words of truth remain as truth and are not twisted or removed, that would go against the whole purpose and even the line in Revelation that says we are not to add or subtract from the words in the Bible.

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      Our Daily Bread
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