in the early day some of the facts in the Bible were changed. Christians do you still believe everything in the Bible? Or do you wonder, am i believing in something that has been changed and is untrue?
I might of been ill informed on thinking that something was ever changed.
Answers and Views:
Answer by DeeDee
nothing has been changed in the bible if your using the KJV..don’t believe the lie…Answer by Shandi
nothing was ever changed only the interpretations of the ignorant which is pretty much with anything!Answer by Desiree
Christians believe whatever they’re told to believe. Like good little sheep.Answer by Leslie
i still believe it whole heartedly… There are so many old manuscripts that we can read and they still go along with the Bible. Not to mention of you study greek you can findout for yourself that it is still accurate. You can read about that stuff everywhereAnswer by Lily iza gud speler.
Ya might want to cite something if you’re going to go about making claims like that, just so you know.Answer by Mushroom Jesus
It’s not so much that they’ve been changed but the entire perspective of a bunch of ancient stories about the sun, astronomy, astrology, and getting the most high off of me Mushroom Jesus have been turned into this garbage they call Religion.Answer by John S
What was changed. We have in excess of 25,000 ancient NT manuscripts and quiet a few OT manuscripts that go way back. These manuscripts agree with the modern translations.Answer by Derek
Matthew was OK….. I had a hard time with the beginning and him Healing blind people and such but other than that I thought it was pretty simple.Answer by missmama
100% I believe the Bible. The truth therein is still as good as new to me.Answer by gocatholic
No Christian will agree that “facts in the Bible were changed”. I’ve never even heard that suggested before.Answer by Dusty Scribe AT
Any changes are minute, and those that are documented don’t take away or challenge any biblical doctrine.
Please allow me to explain why this is so:
When the translators of the King James Bible wrote the Old Testament, the oldest available manuscript for them to use was known as the Masoretic Text. This had been written in the 9th century A.D. It was this text that the translators based their work on the Old Testament. In 1947, a shepherd boy discovered some pottery in caves in the area called Qumran, near the Dead Sea. In these jars, he discovered scrolls, which Bible scholars have researched ever since. Every book of the Old Testament (except Esther) was discovered. Most of these scrolls are dated to 150 B.C.
After comparing these Dead Sea Scrolls to the Masoretic Text, the scholars discovered an amazing degree of unanimity between the two, although they were written a thousand years apart. Further, the Septuagint (the Greek language translation of the Hebrew Bible) was also compared. With all of these references, we can be certain of the purity of the texts.
Next, there is no larger ancient body of manuscript evidence in the history of mankind, than the papyri and parchment manuscripts of the New Testament. With over five thousand actual Greek manuscripts, and numerous other manuscripts in four other languages, there are about twenty-four thousand available manuscript texts for the New Testament.
Even if we didn’t have these documents, we could almost have a complete New Testament from extra-biblical sources, such as ancient lectionaries, church fathers’ records/sermons/writings, etc.
No other body of ancient work comes close. No one really disputes Julius Caesar’s The Gallic Wars (10 manuscripts remain, with the earliest one dating to 1,000 years after the original autograph). No one really disputes Pliny the Younger’s Natural History (7 manuscripts; 750 years elapsed). Or Thucydides’ History (8 manuscripts; 1,300 years elapsed). No one disputes Herodotus’ History (8 manuscripts; 1,350 years elapsed). No one really disputes Plato (7 manuscripts; 1,300 years elapsed). No one really disputes Tacitus’ Annals (20 manuscripts; 1,000 years elapsed.) Homer’s Iliad, the most renowned book of ancient Greece, is the second best-preserved literary work of all antiquity, with 643 copies of manuscript support discovered to date. In those copies, there are 764 disputed lines of text, as compared to 40 lines in all the New Testament manuscripts.
So, even though we don’t have the originals, we have so many copies that we can duplicate what the originals contained, almost to unanimity.Answer by hopeof kingdom
That is a myth that people put about to discredit the Bible. Do read it for yourself, it really is vital.Answer by Tuppy
The Bible was translated in the 16th century and hasn’t changed. What has changed is that certain people have come along and changed the wording for different belief systems .Answer by JackisLikeaPrayer
yeah i totally believe a serpent talked to adam and eve and then God just turned it into a talking snake for punishment…Answer by Atom74
Holy ignorance, yes there is a tonne changed in the many translations. If you must know the truth, there’s also about half that’s under lock and key in the Vatican as well.Answer by paradiseemperatorbluepinguin
“Best instructions before Living Earth” = B-i-b-l-e. With all due respect. I never wonder, about the word of God, and the teachings of Jesus, I always try to interpreted then in the best way possible, for the time in which I’m living, in an effort to help my self and Humanity.Answer by STAND DOWN MAN
No your on the right track just read the Bible for your self front to back and then make your decisionAnswer by PAULO
I don’t believe in the Bible as some dry legalistic document. I believe in the Bible as the Holy and Divine inspired Word of God – living and active – speaking to my heart, giving me strength and peace and wisdom and understanding.
I think the Bible is a parable for the saved, not a textbook for the damned.Answer by FROG E
Nothing has changed.Answer by TRUTH Speaker
Nothing changed except the people refusing to accept what it said Then and Now
So they make up stories trying to disprove its worth
All has been fullfilled upto this point by its writings
NONE has been missed……
whats that tell you
Is IT real ?Answer by wholisticalt
Which bible the Christian one or the many non Christian ones such as the Koran, which by the way in many ways is the same as the Christian one.Answer by single eye
The bible is worse than useless. Moses and Paul were both heretics of the worst kind. They have led countless numbers of people to believe in the doctrine of devils, blood atonement as a sacrifice to pay for our sins. NONSENSE! A gift from GOD, not of works needs no sacrificing of innocent life or shedding of blood for the forgiveness of sins. We need only repent (change our minds) and receive the gift of The Holy Spirit within who reveals all truth to us. Everything Jesus taught His disciples is not in the bible. The Holy Spirit had them record the really important stuff in the gnostic gospels.Answer by *Tinkly* *Tallulah* *Bell*
The Holy bible is God-breathed, it hasn’t been changed. I think some people say it’s been changed b/c there are a number of different versions available now.
I like searching through different versions, it helps to get a better picture.
You could always ask the Holy Spirit to enable you to understand – He leads us into the truth..
blessings : )Answer by khalil99
When you are reading the bible, you have to consider the timing of why it was said, and why it was said.
For example, in Corinthians, Paul says that a women should be silent, and not talk. This doesnt mean that now if a women is praying, she is sinning. It was said because at those times, churches were beginnging to start, people did not know how to act. The women would act innapropriatley to them selves, and how they dressed.(sometimes nothing) So paul is saying that the women should be silent.
These times, we know how to act in a church, and there is no need for women to be shut silent. God only sees the heart not what u wear. but be appropirate.
So if u ask, has anything been changed, and if ur tricked?
i would say, we have to read beyond what is written, and not word for word.
so nothing is changed, but the timing and situations are diffrent.