What the Bible is All About?
The Bible is one of the most intriguing books on earth – and continues to be, ever since it came into life. Its survival is awesome as most have tried to prohibit it, burn it, or change it.
Since its invention, it was bound to at all times stay, because its Writer is Divine, and he's promised to maintain it indefinitely. You can get more information about the online bible history timeline via online sources.
Its Theme: In the book of Genesis all the way into the final chapter of Revelation, there's one theme – salvation. The Bible carefully and completely explains to us
1. The ideal world God created (Genesis chaps. 1, 2)
2. The sin entered into the world by an outsider – Satan
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3. The issues sin brought into the world – sorrow, illness, and death
4. The solution to the problem of sin, by God's sending of a Savior (Genesis 3:15)
Revelation 19:10 places it this way -"the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy;" or, in plain English, the entire Bible which God gave us all is about Jesus, the Savior. He's the only theme woven throughout the whole Bible.
Its Authorship: This publication that's known as the"Holy Bible" by most is really a compilation of 66 smaller novels, or letters. These different segments were composed of 40 human writers who dwelt, many not understanding some of the other people, within a span of about 1600 decades.
Moses (1500BC) and Job were the very first authors, along with the Apostle John were the final, that wrote Revelation about 96 AD. The Bible boldly admits, which is said by lots of the authors (Ex. – David, in Psalm 12:6, 7; Peter in II Peter 1:21), they understood what they'd written was awarded to them by God.