Reading the Bible.

When we read the bible we should be aware that its basic principles are godly, but translated and penned by  fallible human beings. Therefore, there is some fallibility in the writings of the bible thus, the reason why there are so many revisions of the first translation that was riddled with translation mistakes.

Some translation mistakes of the first translated translation are still with us today as well as the translation mistakes of the fallible translators that set out to correct the translated errors of the first fallible translators.

The bible is the product of human hands and hearts, and much of the imagery is allegorical, not literal.

But the basic principles when correctly (not necessarily literally) understood are applicable and essential to our living life. Especially the principle that it is the WORD living in us (CHRIST living in us) that gives us life worth the living!

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