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Do You Value the Bible?

There are many religions today. Quite a few of them claim to represent Christianity. The Bible provides the only real testimony of Christ's life on earth, and, for that matter, in the Heavens.

But you say, I am Jewish, not Christian? Is there any other source to learn about Judaism other than the same basic source?

How can it be some say they belong to one of these basic religions, yet they do not put any stock in the Scriptures?

I met a woman once who said she believed in Mary, the mother of Jesus, and that she was the source of her personal inspiration in life, and she alone. I asked to read a scripture concerning Mary and she said she didn't read or desire to read the Bible.

Do you know of any other source of information concerning Mary?

Some were burned at the stake for translating it or espousing its doctrine. Do you value the Bible?


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Comments

MegL wrote on May 19, 2017, 6:15 AM

I am not a church-goer, however, I have read the Bible and like Proverbs, especially Proverb 31.

VinceSummers wrote on May 19, 2017, 7:13 AM

Ah! The Capable Wife... Yes.

lookatdesktop wrote on May 19, 2017, 8:13 PM

The Bible is the only thing that stands between salvation and damnation. I think it is sinful not to read it if you have one. I am guilty of sin because I seldom take time to read it these days.