Three Bible Versions/Compilations:
Catholic Bible, The Protestant Bible
are published in almost
every language of the world; translators carefully varying
to avoid copyright issues. The Bible, in fact,
should not have
copyright. They should really start working on this!
Why are Christians reading
different bibles? Why Catholics read a different bible from Protestants?
actually, it is just
one bible split into three pieces, this through the wranglings of men
a good dose of egotism.
The new testament books are
identical in all the bibles, save some mistranslation such as 'Thou
'not Kill' which should be 'Do no murder'. Also the Catholics
the old days falsified text in the new testament such as 'Jesus'
and Sisters came to see him, they changed to "Jesus' 'Nieces and
came to see him", to force their false doctrine that Mary was forever a
virgin, though she most certainly was not as every wife makes love to
husband and she also did, bearing brothers and sisters to Jesus.
When God found that the time
was ripe, through his Apostles he composed the Gospel (the 'New Testament'). The
composition of the New Testamant is not some coincidence of men, but the
of God's plan to make his Gospel available to many more people than any
number of preachers could ever reach.
The first bible was composed
from the old testament jewish books, but with with added books which
the Jews amazingly did not include in their bible. These books are not false,
they were simply not included in the Jewish bible. Who would declare
wisdom of Solomon false?
So the original bible had
56 Old Testamant books, including 151 Psalms and 27 New Testament books. But when the Roman Catholics, in the
Century separated from the Orthodox Church (The Great Schism), omitted 4 O.T. books (
3&4, Esdras 1 and 2 ) and one psalm ( psalm 151). Then, when the
Protestants Separated from the Roman Catholic Church in 1546
and subsequently produced the King James Bible 1611, they omitted eight O.T. books from
the Catholic edition of the bible: Esdras 1/2, Tobit, Judith, Wisdom of solomon,
Maccabees 1/2. These books are historic books and contain no Christian doctrine.
Orthodox read the Bible as it was first compiled by the Orthodox
Christian Church: 56 O.T. and 27 N.T. books, the
read that same bible, minus 4 books and one psalm (psalm 151), and the Protestants
that same bible, minus 8 books and one psalm (psalm 151). The reported number of
historic books omitted may vary, dependig on the publishing
So why all this? Well,
the ministers who back then governed the churches, decided that these
) and so should not be included in the bible. The good thing
if they can decide this for all of us, then we also can decide otherwise for
our selves. God now makes all Gnostic Gospels and
available to all men to read. Bless ye the name of
And remember, there is nothing missing from the bible we know as The
whatever version, that can have any bearing, whatsoever, on our
would we follow it or miss it - God would be
inferior to allow
that - and so he simply does not.
none of these bibles can be classed false. The Catholics have removed
falsifications from the new testament after the King James Version was
published: bacause, as from then on, it was too obvious that they
falsified the new
testament. There probably isn't a single bible without
translation errors, but God doesn't allowed
any biblr to
have such errors which, would we follow them, would lead us in to
death, without in that same bible revealing to us that the text is
erroneous or deceitful. For he orders us to read and understand,
and then believe him.
God, naturally has guarded the book from such menly
Take for example 'Thou shalt not kill' instead of 'Thou shalt do no
As it is, if we follow it, we simply would be vegetarians (not a sin)
what if this was the other way around? 'Thou shat
mistranslated to 'Thou shalt do no murder'....the people whom god then
ordered to be vegetarians would now be murderers!
and compare all books
the Gnostic Gospels