bible

  1. the sacred writings of the Christian religion
  2. a book regarded as authoritative in its field

Bible

Most Protestants term these books as apocrypha. Modern Protestant traditions do not accept the deuterocanonical books as canonical, although Protestant Bibles included them in Apocrypha sections until the 1820s. However, Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches include these books as part of their Old Testament. The Roman Catholic Church recog...
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bible

[n] - the sacred writings of the Christian religion 2. [n] - a book regarded as authoritative in its field
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Bible

• (n.) A book with an authoritative exposition of some topic, respected by many who are experts in the field. • (n.) A book. • (n.) The Book by way of eminence, -- that is, the book which is made up of the writings accepted by Christians as of divine origin and authority, whether such writings be in the original language, or translat...
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Bible

Christian Bible noun the sacred writings of the Christian religions; `he went to carry the Word to the heathen`
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Bible

[writing] Show bibles come in two forms: Bibles produced for science fiction series go into great detail describing the capabilities and limits of technology used on the show. For example, the series bible for the 2004 version of Battlestar Galactica includes detailed explanations on how the ship itself works. Some series are produced witho...
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Bible

Bi'ble (bī'b'l) noun [ French bible , Latin biblia , plural, from Greek bibli`a , plural of bibli`on , dim. of bi`blos , by`blos , book, prop. Egyptian papyrus.] 1. A book. [ Obsolete] Chaucer. 2. The Book
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Bible

A term that is sometimes used to refer to an authoritative document that sets forth the firm guidelines for how an intellectual property is to be used when creating goods based on that property (such as, for instance, a game).
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Bible

also referred to as The Good Book, The Holy Book, Scriptures, Holy Writ, and The Word of God. The name bible comes from the Koine Greek t? ß?ß??a, tà biblía, a collection of texts sacred to Judaism and Christianity, written at different times by different authors in different locations. The basic division of the 73 book Bible is into the Old a...
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Bible

Bible [Gr.,=the books], term used since the 4th cent. to denote the Christian Scriptures and later, by extension, those of various religious traditions. This article discusses the nature of religious scripture generally and the Christian Scriptures specifically, as well as the history of the transla...
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Bible

Bible 1. A copy or an edition of the Scriptures. 2. A book containing the sacred writings of any religion.
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Bible

book
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Bible

From the Greek 'biblos', meaning book. 'Beware of the man of one book.' said Thomas Aquinas.
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Bible

The bible is the sacred book of the Jewish and Christian religions (actually a collection of a number of books) . The Hebrew Bible, recognised by both Jews and Christians, is called the Old Testament by Christians. The New Testament comprises books recognised by the Christian church from the 5th century as canonical (the first Christian bible was p...
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Bible

The Bible is the written Word of God. God chose special people to write the Bible.
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bible

The book composed of writings generally accepted by christians as inspired by god and of divine authority. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Bible

The collection of Christian sacred writings, or Scriptures, accepted by the Church as inspired by God and composed of the Old and New Testaments.
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Bible

the collection of writings authored by many different people under inspiration from the Holy Spirit; without error regarding faith and morality; the Bible contributes to the deposit of faith
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Bible

The Holy Book of the Christians, contains the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament), the New Testament and sometimes the Apocrypha
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Bible

The holy text used by Christians. It is includes Hebrew Scripture (Old Testament), Christian Scripture (New Testament). Some faith groups also include a group of writings called the Apocrypha. The word originated in the Greek word ' biblos ,' which means ' book .'
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Bible

The sacred book of Judaism and Christianity, containing a collection of sacred writings (scriptures). The
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Bible

The sacred book of Judaism and Christianity, containing a collection of sacred writings (scriptures). The Old Testament, recognized by both Jews and Christians, is called the Hebrew Bible in Judaism. The New Testament comprises books recognized by the Christian church as sacred doctrine from the 4th ...
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Bible

the sacred scriptures of Judaism and Christianity. The Christian Bible consists of the Old Testament and the New Testament, with the Roman Catholic ... [38 related articles]
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Bible

the scripture of the Jewish and/or Christian 'faiths'. Kant has a genuinely high regard for this book, viewing the New Testament in particular as a divine revelation enabling hu­manity to take a major step forward in its moral evolution. Nevertheless, regarding the propo­sitions themselves as literally God's words is a serious religious illusion....
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