WHICH IS THE TRUE BIBLE?

 

The Bible is a set of books that are inspired by God.

 

However, the various religions and sects do not agree about the length of the list of the books that are inspired by God, and that therefore are part of the Bible.

 

The list of books considered inspired by God is called canon, and each religion or sect has its own canon of the Bible, in other words, its own list of books considered inspired by God.

 

Therefore, there are several Bibles, because each religion or sect has its own Bible, and some have a smaller number of books, and others have a larger number of books.

 

There are the following Bibles:

 

a) The Bible of the Judaism, which contains the following books:

 

1) Genesis

2) Exodus

3) Leviticus

4) Numbers

5) Deuteronomy

6) Joshua

7) Judges

8) Rute

9) 1 Samuel

10) 2 Samuel

11) 1 Kings

12) 2 Kings

13) 1 Chronicles

14) 2 Chronicles

15) Ezra

16) Nehemiah

17) Ester

18) Job

19) Psalms

20) Proverbs

21) Eclesiastes

22) Song of Songs

23) Isaiah

24) Jeremiah

25) Lamentations

26) Ezekiel

27) Daniel

28) Hosea

29) Joel

30) Amos

31) Obadiah

32) Jonah

33) Micah

34) Nahum

35) Habakkuk

36) Zephaniah

37) Haggai

38) Zechariah

39) Malachi

 

b) The Bible of the Syrian Orthodox Church, which contains the following books:

 

1) Genesis

2) Exodus

3) Leviticus

4) Numbers

5) Deuteronomy

6) Joshua

7) Judges

8) Rute

9) 1 Samuel

10) 2 Samuel

11) 1 Kings

12) 2 Kings

13) 1 Chronicles

14) 2 Chronicles

15) Ezra

16) Nehemiah

17) Ester

18) Job

19) Psalms

20) Proverbs

21) Eclesiastes

22) Song of Songs

23) Isaiah

24) Jeremiah

25) Lamentations

26) Ezekiel

27) Daniel

28) Hosea

29) Joel

30) Amos

31) Obadiah

32) Jonah

33) Micah

34) Nahum

35) Habakkuk

36) Zephaniah

37) Haggai

38) Zechariah

39) Malachi

40) Matthew

41) Mark

42) Luke

43) John

44) Acts of the Apostles

45) Romans

46) 1 Corinthians

47) 2 Corinthians

48) Galatians

49) Ephesians

50) Philippians

51) Colossians

52) 1 Thessalonians

53) 2 Thessalonians

54) 1 Timothy

55) 2 Timothy

56) Titus

57) Philemon

58) Hebrews

59) James

60) 1 Peter

61) 1 John

 

c) The Bible of the Protestantism, which contains the following books:

 

1) Genesis

2) Exodus

3) Leviticus

4) Numbers

5) Deuteronomy

6) Joshua

7) Judges

8) Rute

9) 1 Samuel

10) 2 Samuel

11) 1 Kings

12) 2 Kings

13) 1 Chronicles

14) 2 Chronicles

15) Ezra

16) Nehemiah

17) Ester

18) Job

19) Psalms

20) Proverbs

21) Eclesiastes

22) Song of Songs

23) Isaiah

24) Jeremiah

25) Lamentations

26) Ezekiel

27) Daniel

28) Hosea

29) Joel

30) Amos

31) Obadiah

32) Jonah

33) Micah

34) Nahum

35) Habakkuk

36) Zephaniah

37) Haggai

38) Zechariah

39) Malachi

40) Matthew

41) Mark

42) Luke

43) John

44) Acts of the Apostles

45) Romans

46) 1 Corinthians

47) 2 Corinthians

48) Galatians

49) Ephesians

50) Philippians

51) Colossians

52) 1 Thessalonians

53) 2 Thessalonians

54) 1 Timothy

55) 2 Timothy

56) Titus

57) Philemon

58) Hebrews

59) James

60) 1 Peter

61) 1 John

62) 2 Peter

63) 2 John

64) 3 John

65) Jude

66) Revelation

 

d) The Bible of the Roman Catholic Church, which contains the following books:

 

1) Genesis

2) Exodus

3) Leviticus

4) Numbers

5) Deuteronomy

6) Joshua

7) Judges

8) Rute

9) 1 Samuel

10) 2 Samuel

11) 1 Kings

12) 2 Kings

13) 1 Chronicles

14) 2 Chronicles

15) Ezra

16) Nehemiah

17) Ester

18) Job

19) Psalms

20) Proverbs

21) Eclesiastes

22) Song of Songs

23) Isaiah

24) Jeremiah

25) Lamentations

26) Ezekiel

27) Daniel

28) Hosea

29) Joel

30) Amos

31) Obadiah

32) Jonah

33) Micah

34) Nahum

35) Habakkuk

36) Zephaniah

37) Haggai

38) Zechariah

39) Malachi

40) Matthew

41) Mark

42) Luke

43) John

44) Acts of the Apostles

45) Romans

46) 1 Corinthians

47) 2 Corinthians

48) Galatians

49) Ephesians

50) Philippians

51) Colossians

52) 1 Thessalonians

53) 2 Thessalonians

54) 1 Timothy

55) 2 Timothy

56) Titus

57) Philemon

58) Hebrews

59) James

60) 1 Peter

61) 1 John

62) 2 Peter

63) 2 John

64) 3 John

65) Jude

66) Revelation

67) Tobit

68) Judith

69) 1 Maccabees

70) 2 Maccabees

71) Wisdom of Solomon

72) Sirach (Ecclesiasticus)

73) Baruch

74) Additions to the Book of Ester

75) Additions to the Book of Daniel

 

e) The Bible of the Greek Orthodox Church, which contains the following books:

 

1) Genesis

2) Exodus

3) Leviticus

4) Numbers

5) Deuteronomy

6) Joshua

7) Judges

8) Rute

9) 1 Samuel

10) 2 Samuel

11) 1 Kings

12) 2 Kings

13) 1 Chronicles

14) 2 Chronicles

15) Ezra

16) Nehemiah

17) Ester

18) Job

19) Psalms

20) Proverbs

21) Eclesiastes

22) Song of Songs

23) Isaiah

24) Jeremiah

25) Lamentations

26) Ezekiel

27) Daniel

28) Hosea

29) Joel

30) Amos

31) Obadiah

32) Jonah

33) Micah

34) Nahum

35) Habakkuk

36) Zephaniah

37) Haggai

38) Zechariah

39) Malachi

40) Matthew

41) Mark

42) Luke

43) John

44) Acts of the Apostles

45) Romans

46) 1 Corinthians

47) 2 Corinthians

48) Galatians

49) Ephesians

50) Philippians

51) Colossians

52) 1 Thessalonians

53) 2 Thessalonians

54) 1 Timothy

55) 2 Timothy

56) Titus

57) Philemon

58) Hebrews

59) James

60) 1 Peter

61) 1 John

62) 2 Peter

63) 2 John

64) 3 John

65) Jude

66) Revelation

67) Tobit

68) Judith

69) 1 Maccabees

70) 2 Maccabees

71) Wisdom of Solomon

72) Sirach (Ecclesiasticus)

73) Baruch

74) Additions to the Book of Ester

75) Additions to the Book of Daniel

76) 1 Ezra

77) Prayer of Manasseh

78) 3 Maccabees

79) 4 Macabeus

80) Psalm 151

 

f) The Bible of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, which contains the following books:

 

1) Genesis

2) Exodus

3) Leviticus

4) Numbers

5) Deuteronomy

6) Joshua

7) Judges

8) Rute

9) 1 Samuel

10) 2 Samuel

11) 1 Kings

12) 2 Kings

13) 1 Chronicles

14) 2 Chronicles

15) Ezra

16) Nehemiah

17) Ester

18) Job

19) Psalms

20) Proverbs

21) Eclesiastes

22) Song of Songs

23) Isaiah

24) Jeremiah

25) Lamentations

26) Ezekiel

27) Daniel

28) Hosea

29) Joel

30) Amos

31) Obadiah

32) Jonah

33) Micah

34) Nahum

35) Habakkuk

36) Zephaniah

37) Haggai

38) Zechariah

39) Malachi

40) Matthew

41) Mark

42) Luke

43) John

44) Acts of the Apostles

45) Romans

46) 1 Corinthians

47) 2 Corinthians

48) Galatians

49) Ephesians

50) Philippians

51) Colossians

52) 1 Thessalonians

53) 2 Thessalonians

54) 1 Timothy

55) 2 Timothy

56) Titus

57) Philemon

58) Hebrews

59) James

60) 1 Peter

61) 1 John

62) 2 Peter

63) 2 John

64) 3 John

65) Jude

66) Revelation

67) Tobit

68) Judith

69) 1 Maccabees

70) 2 Maccabees

71) Wisdom of Solomon

72) Sirach (Ecclesiasticus)

73) Baruch

74) Additions to the Book of Ester

75) Additions to the Book of Daniel

76) 1 Ezra

77) Prayer of Manasseh

78) 3 Maccabees

79) Psalm 151

80) Enoch

81) Jubilees

82) 3 Ezra

83) 4 Ezra

84) 1 Synods

85) 2 Synods

86) 3 Synods

87) 4 Synods

88) 1 Pact

89) 2 Pact

90) Clement

91) Didascalia

 

Therefore, we need to know which of these Bibles is the true Bible.

 

As each religion or sect has its own Bible, then the true Bible is the Bible of the religion or sect that is the correct one.

 

Therefore, we need to know which of these religions or sects is the correct one.

 

The five first books of the Bible, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy, who are present in the Bibles of all the religions and sects, are in fact one only book, divided into five volumes, called the Book of the Law (in Hebrew, Sepher Torah), because it contains the Law of God (Torah).

 

In these five first books of the Bible are the commandments of God.

 

The Roman Catholic Church, the Greek Orthodox Church, the Syrian Orthodox Church, the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and the Protestant and Evangelical churches, say that it is not necessary to obey all the commandments of God, which are in the Law of God (the five first books of the Bible), as, for example, the commandment of doing the circumcision (Genesis 17:9-14 and Exodus 12:48-49 and Leviticus 12:3), the commandment of not eating the unclean animals (Leviticus 11), the commandment of keeping Saturday (Exodus 20:8-11), and the commandment of doing the holidays of God (Leviticus, chapter 23).

 

Therefore, itís obvious that these religions or sects are wrong, because they recognize that God gave the commandments that are in His Law (five first books of the Bible), and however they say that itís not necessary to obey several commandments of God.

 

Well, if God is the Creator of all things, and is the Lord of all human beings, itís obvious that we must obey all His commandments, and itís obvious that all the religions or sects that say that itís not necessary to obey all the commandments of God are wrong religions or wrong sects.

 

So, the correct religion or sect only can be the Judaism, because only this religion says that we must obey all the commandments of the Law of God.

 

Therefore, the correct Bible is the Bible of the Judaism, which is composed only by the Tanach (which the Christians call Old Testament), without the addition of the apocryphal books

 

Consequently, all our beliefs, doctrines and practices must be based on the Bible of the Judaism (Tanach), which is the true Bible.

 

It is interesting to notice that the Christian Bibles are very contradictory, because in them it is written that God commanded us to do the circumcision (Genesis 17:9-14 and Leviticus 12:3 and Exodus 12:48-49), and not to eat the unclean animals (Leviticus 11), and to keep the Shabbat (Exodus 20:8-11), and to do the feasts of God (Leviticus 23), and is also written that Jesus the Nazarene said that he did not come to abolish the Law of God, and that the Law of God will never be abolished, and that we must obey all the commandments of the Law of God, without exception (Matthew 5:17-19), and however in them it is also written, in the part that they call The New Testament, that Jesus Christ abolished the Law of God (Ephesians 2:15), and that we must not do the circumcision (Galatians 5:2), and that it is allowed to eat any animal (Matthew 15:10-20 and Mark 7:14-23 and Acts 10:9-16 and Romans 14:14 and 14:20 and 1 Corinthians 10:25 and 1 Timothy 4:4), and that we need not to keep the Shabbat (Matthew 12:1-8 and Mark 2:23-28 and Luke 6:1-5 and John 5:8-9 and 5:16-18 and Romans 14:5 and Galatians 4:10-11 and Colossians 2:16-17), and that we donít need to do the feasts of God, commanded by Him (Galatians 4:10-11 and Colossians 2:16-17).

 

This clearly shows that the Christian Bibles are false, because the contradiction evidences the lie.

 

See also this page:

 

http://www.servosdejave.org.br/what_is_islam.htm .

 

Yahveh bless you.

 

Jo„o Paulo Fernandes Pontes.

 

Published in August 25, 2007.

 

Updated in April 9, 2014.

 

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