Survey Of Biblical Liteature Essay

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Chase Numbers05/02/14Miss.WaltersSurvey of Biblical LiteratureMy life with the Bible started at a very young age. I grew up in the church, some of my best childhood memories come from church get together and Sunday morning services. If I had to describe the bible in my own words I would say it was an owner's manual to a successful life. It seems to me that it's a lot simpler then people make it out to be. Just follow what the book says and you will do fine. Sounds a lot easier then it actually is I will be the first to tell you that doing the right thing might be the hardest thing to do in certain situations. Back to the question though we could go on for hours about that. I think the Bible came straight from God our savior. I personally think that the Bible was written by Gods dispels. With this being said I don't think it was just the dispels brains that were going into the bible. I believe that it was God putting different thing in there head for them to write what he wanted. So intern for me I would have to say it was all written by God. With all this being said I can honestly say I really haven't looked into the exact research into who were the different writes. I am just saying my personal thoughts on what I believe. My impressions of the bible are pretty scares; I don't read it...

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