While some events in the Bible may have archaeological support, many do not, and as a result, the Bible is generally not considered to be a true record of all historical events mentioned within its pages. The historical ... More »

The number of words in the Bible varies according to the version. For example, the King James version has 805,649 words and the NIV version has 741,065 words. More »

The most common English-language versions of the Bible are the New International Version and the King James Version, though there are many less common translations available as well. The Latin Vulgate version of the Bibl... More »

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A chronological Bible timeline is a list of historical and biblical events, arranged in the sequence in which they occurred according to Christian scripture. The aim is to attribute events to specific historical years. S... More »

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Various churches and seminaries offer a range of Bible reading plan schedules, for instance, "Chronological," where the Bible events are studied in order they happened, and a "5 by 5 by 5" plan for reading every working ... More »

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The Bible comprises two sections: the Old Testament, which tells the story of the Jews' migrations and covenants with God, and the New Testament, which tells the story of Jesus Christ. It opens with a description of the... More »

The time it takes to read the Bible varies depending on the person's reading speed. To calculate the amount of time it takes to read the Bible, individuals can use websites such as FreeReadingTest.com and ReadingSoft.com... More »