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The Bible, The God and A God

The Bible has been around for some years. The Hebrew Bible was canonized around 165 BC and the New Testament about year 400. The Bible has a number of discrepancies that are often pointed out by non-believers in God or Jesus Christ. Believers prefer to use the word Problems instead of Discrepancies. It has taken years to write the Bible and it is suggested that these discrepancies were really just problems and would eventually be corrected, if not by man, then God. I know missionaries that spent over ten years writing a Bible for those that use a language where no Bible had been written. The authors of the new Bible noted the problems (discrepancies) but understood that the problems had to be included as they were in the original Bible. This is to say that most non-believers have not spent a great amount of time noting the problems that they call discrepancies. Many non-believers tend to feel that they are perhaps among the first to note the problems. They are not. The problems are dis

The Trinity

The Trinity by Bill Jones   If you do not believe in the Trinity then some will say that you are not saved. The Bible does not mention the Trinity, but the Bible says that if you believe in Jesus Christ then you are saved. The Trinity is a concept of man. But, the Trinity has great following. A majority of Churches have the Trinity in their Creed. The Trinity may be considered Biblical but is inferred by man.   The Nicene creed was held in the year 325 ad. The Nicene Creed was voted on by man and states that Jesus Christ is equal to God the Father. This was voted on by about 300 Bishops and probably allowed the Trinity to be accepted.   There are several Apostles Creeds that are the words of man. The words are the general beliefs of the Church. The words are not from the Apostles.   The Catholic Church has over a billion members. It is a mainstream Church. The Catholic Church accepts the Trinity. The Catholic Church claims to be the one true Church and this is in the Church Creed.   Yo