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  1. It depends on how you view the Bible text. If as a natural science treatise, then no, since the Bible is not one. If as a historical source, then within reasonable limits, since in historical science it is customary to treat sources critically. If as a literary monument, then the question of trust is irrelevant at all – it's like asking whether Game of Thrones or Bob Dylan's poetry is trustworthy. If the word of God is also the source of meaning in your life, then it is a matter of your personal choice. There are no guarantees here and there can be no guarantees. You can, of course, look at other people who seem to have made such a choice, but this will not do much, because everyone has their own path and someone else's soul is dark.

    The main thing is not to confuse or confuse different aspects in which the same text can be considered.

  2. It depends on whom: for an atheist and believers of other faiths ( Islam, Catholicism, Buddhism, etc.), as well as for sectarians ( newly emerging and/or other religions) – no.

  3. Partly yes-in the historical part-an embellished history of the Jews. And there was a flood in Mesopotamia, and the Jews were forced to build a ziggurat in Babylon, and Kir-Kurush of Persia released them after defeating Babylon,and they arranged a massacre in Palestine …

    1. Yes.
    2. This is easy to check from personal experience. Become an Orthodox person and you will understand everything.
    3. Start studying the Holy Scriptures with the New Testament and be sure to read the interpretation of the Holy Scriptures of the holy Fathers of the Orthodox Church. Only then, after learning, will you be able to understand what you are currently writing about.
    4. If you wish to become an Orthodox person and make a small effort to do so, you will become the happiest person in this life.
    5. godspeed.
  4. We need to ask a counter question: for whom? Then we can already consider the question: in what? As a historical source – no longer. Israeli archaeologists already doubt that everything described there happened on their territory. At least until the time of Ezra. Scientific knowledge? No. There are no questions about the morality broadcast from there – modern Europe grew up on it. Another question is whether this was the right way.

  5. Well, do you doubt it? History and life with the arrival of the Lord on earth to cleanse our sins, and who doubts well, what to take from them, there is no inquisition.

  6. The Bible is not only trustworthy,but it is an unquestionable authority for me. The Bible is a deeply philosophical book. It is the source of Wisdom.A storehouse of knowledge. It is a source of knowledge about human society and its development, and the Bible is very multi-faceted.

    I won't say much. Just two words-GOSPEL and THEOLOGY-that neither theosophy nor philosophy has been able to grasp and understand.These words are key words for understanding the entire Bible.

  7. Yes, he does. Because:

    1. As far as the Hebrew Scriptures are concerned, they have been preserved largely because of the ancient tradition that God established when He ordered his Word to be rewritten. For example, Jehovah said that every king of Israel should make himself a copy of God's law.

    2. They took into account information obtained through the study of the Dead Sea scrolls and other ancient manuscripts. These editions contain the text of the Leningrad Codex, and footnotes indicate the wording used in other texts, such as the Samaritan Pentateuch, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Greek Septuagint, the Aramaic Targums, the Latin Vulgate, and the Syriac Peshitta.

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  8. Yes.

    And she talks about herself like this:

    The Bible: The Second Conciliar Epistle of the Saint

    the apostle Peter

    Chapter 1 verse 19 “And we have the surest of all things.”

    the prophetic word; and you

    you do well to turn to

    to him, as to a lamp shining in the sky.

    in a dark place until it starts

    The day will dawn and not rise

    the morning star is in your hearts.”

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