The Da Vinci Code: “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 there never been a “definitive version of the [Bible]?” Why do you hold your view?

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      Monica
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      The Bible is the true and living word. The Bible is more truthful than any other book.

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      Sidney
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      I always have to start with the fact that I am in love with my Master and Savior. Why would I not believe everything He tells me? I will follower Him and His Word through eternity. I’m happy with that

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      Sharon
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      Yes. All Scripture is God-breathed; therefore the written Word is God’s Word. Simply cross referencing Biblical events with secular historical events help to authenticate.

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      Cory
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      Yes the Bible we have today. Due to archeological discoveries and scholars who have found and studies the scriptures completely

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      Stephen
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      As the positions have been clearly represented and stated, the early church verified the accounts of the people that knew Jesus and compared the writings one to another. The books of the Bible were not specifically accepted and termed “good” by one person or one set of bishops, but groups of churches. Eventually through time the accepted 27 books of the Bible were given the term cannon. These books that are cannon are definitive and stand the test of time and research too.

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      Our Daily Bread
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