Bible, Christian Bible, Book, Good Book, Holy Scripture, Holy Writ, Scripture, Word of God, Word(noun)
the sacred writings of the Christian religions
"he went to carry the Word to the heathen"
a book regarded as authoritative in its field
A comprehensive manual that describes something. (e.g., handyman's bible).
The Christian holy book.
The Jewish holy book that was largely incorporated into the Christian Bible.
The analogous holy book of another religion.
A specific version, edition, translation, or copy of any of the above.
Origin: See bible.
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 translated; the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments; -- sometimes in a restricted sense, the Old Testament; as, King James's Bible; Douay Bible; Luther's Bible. Also, the book which is made up of writings similarly accepted by the Jews; as, a rabbinical Bible
a book containing the sacred writings belonging to any religion; as, the Koran is often called the Mohammedan Bible
a book with an authoritative exposition of some topic, respected by many who are experts in the field
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
bī′bl, n. the sacred writings of the Christian Church, consisting of the Old and New Testaments.—adj. Bib′lical, of or relating to the Bible: scriptural.—adv. Bib′lically.—ns. Bib′licism, biblical doctrine, learning, or literature; Bib′licist, Bīb′list, one versed in biblical learning: one who makes Scripture the sole rule of faith. [Fr.—Low L. biblia, fem. sing., earlier neut. pl., from Gr. ta biblia, lit. 'the books,' esp. the canonical books of Scripture, biblion, a book, dim. of biblos, papyrus, paper.]
The New Hacker's Dictionary
1. One of a small number of fundamental source books such as Knuth, K&R, or the Camel Book. 2. The most detailed and authoritative reference for a particular language, operating system, or other complex software system.
U.S. National Library of Medicine
The book composed of writings generally accepted by Christians as inspired by God and of divine authority. (Webster, 3d ed)
The Bible is the Greatest book of wisdom and knowledge ever written and published. In fact, it is the most widely read book in the world and the Greatest book of all time. It is a collection of books that encompasses past or ancient stories, chronicles, teachings, laws, parables, proverbs, psalms, teachers, preachers, heroes, heroines, saints, kings, queens, prophecies, prophets, prophetesses, miracles, warnings, signs, wonders, mysteries, revelations (the past, present and future events collectively) and much more than that, including extraordinary insights or words of wisdom (encouragement) from Jesus Christ himself (the greatest teacher and inspirator of all time), king Solomon, king David, saint Paul among other ancient wise men and women. Billions of copies have been published globally already. And many more copies will be published sooner or later. In other words, the Bible has been read by the world as a whole. Even the posterity (all future generations ahead) will surely read the Bible. You can bet your bottom dollar.
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The numerical value of Bible in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of Bible in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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- الكتاب المقدسArabic
- 虎の巻, 聖書Japanese
- 성서, 성경Korean
- Библија, Свето ПисмоSerbo-Croatian
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