What makes a particular combination of ancient texts a bible?
When you say “the bible” which “bible” are you referring to? For instance, we have the 66 book Catholic(Masonic) KJV, the 81 book Ethiopic, the 24 book Jewish Tanakh(Hebrew bible), along with the Apocrypha and Deutercanonical ancient manuscripts found in other bibles just to name a few. So which “bible” is the real bible? When a banker at the pulpit says to “open your bible” and you pull out the 81 book Ethiopic are you using the correct bible? Or must we use one of the 66-book 503c bibles that the name it and claim it tax attorneys use during their weekly cult gatherings? Is there a requirement for a certain number of texts to be compiled before that combination is called “a bible?” Or can I take the book of Job and the book of Jasher and combine just those two manuscripts into a single compilation and call that 2-book compilation a “bible?” Or should we avoid compilated bibles all together?
Let’s find out what the water-walker has to say about the situation…
“Beware of the scribes…”
*All Scripture is taken from the King James Version(KJV) of the Bible