Holy Bible for Christians, daily reading material suitable for all ages.
Comes with many version:
1. Catholic Public Domain Version
2. King James Version
3. Douay Rheims Version
4. RCK Cyperservices Version
HOW to read the Holy Bible
1. Slide finger left or right to flip pages.
2. Tap once to zoom the page. Pinch with fingers to further zoom.
3. Another tapping will zoom in the page to normal size.
4. Tapping dots at the bottom will jump several pages.
The Bible, also known as Holy Bible is a group of religious texts of Judaism or Christianity. This is the source of their faith in God. This is another way, other than prayer, they communicate with God. Reading Bible is also a way of praying to God.
The word Bible comes from the Greek word (biblia)which means "books" in English, because it comprise of many books in one book. It includes laws, stories, prayers, songs, and wise words from God. A number of texts are both in the Hebrew Bible, used by Jews, and Christian. The Bible is also call Injil or Alkitab in other countries.
All the texts that make the Bible are believed to belong together. Most of the time, people believe they were written or collected by the same person. The Bible contains different kinds of such books. Some are history, telling the stories of the Jews, Jesus, or Jesus' followers. Some are collections of wise sayings. Some are God's commands to His people, which He expects them to obey. Some are songs of praise to God. Some are books of prophecy, messages from God that He gave through chosen people called prophets. The Bible is really one great story of salvation.
For a long time the texts were passed on by word of mouth from generation to generation. The Bible was written long ago in Aramaic, Hebrew, and Greek. Translations were made later into Latin and some other languages. Now there are translations in English and many other languages. The books of the Hebrew Bible, what Christians call the Old Testament, were not all written at the same time. The texts took hundreds of years (about 1200 years)between them. The process of putting it all together began around 400 B.C. The New Testament, which was originally written in Greek, began to be put together in about 100 A.D.
Some texts were written by historians who tried to show what Ancient Israel was like. Other texts are poems about God and his work. And others were used to make laws. Followers of Judaism and Christianity consider the Bible sacred but they do not all agree about what belongs in the Bible. What is considered part of the Bible changed with history. Different denominations include certain parts or leave out other parts. There is not one single version of the Bible; both the content of the books and their order may change.
Languages do not match. When a translation is done, the translator has to decide between translation word for word, or capturing the sense of the text. When he decides to capture the sense, he will choose other words in the target language. This is called paraphrasing.
Today there are dozens of versions of the Bible. Some are translations and some are paraphrases. The Bible is the best selling book of all time. 2.5 billion to more than 6 billion copies of the Bible have been sold to date. A complete version of the Bible exists in 471 languages. Parts have been translated in 2225 languages. Most Bibles can be found in the British Museum in London.
Christians believe it is God's Word to people. The Jews believe that only the Old Testament is from God. Protestants and Catholics believe that the Old and New Testaments are God's Word. Catholics also believe that the books called Apocrypha or Deuterocanonical are part of the Bible. Sometimes different denominations disagree over exactly what the Bible means.
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