In today's world, there are so many versions of the Bible, it is interesting how people keep up with the newest versions and compare which is better. What basis they do use for their comparisons and what ideas are newly presented in the newer versions that make them so acceptable?
Hello readers, The so called wicked bible often referred to as the sinner's bible or adultery bible is an edition of king james bible that was printed in London in 1631 by the royal printers Robert Barker and Martin Lucas that contains not just one typo-graphical error but two. "Not" was omitted from the 7th commandment, which states that "Thou shalt not commit adultery", so instead of forbidden the reader from committing adultery, the "wicked bible" was actually commanding the reader to do so. In the book of
Christianity is one of the biggest religions in the world. The religion is so popular that it has the largest adherents or followers in the world with more than 2.3 billion people identifying as Christians. The adherents of Christianity believe in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour. They follow the teachings of Jesus Christ, the apostles and various prophets of Old. The collections of all the teachings of these people have been collated and written in a single book called the Holy Bible. The bible is regarded
The Bible Known As The Wicked Bible The Bible was passed down from generation to generation until it got to the hands of those who saw it fit to be published wildly for the consumption of many around the world. The salvation they believed it offered wasn't for them alone so they made efforts to bringing the contents of the Bible to the world. However the effort of translating the Bible wasn't an easy one, since the Bible was written in languages that one would now refer to as the languages of the old world,