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The Bible is the most widely published book in the world and also the most widely read. It is fundamental for both Jews and Christians alike and has had a major influence on western culture. Ever since the 16th century, Protestants have stressed the importance of reading the Bible - in fact it is essential for their faith because they believe that Godís word is revealed to them through the wide range of its texts.


What is the Bible†?
 What is the Bible†?
The Old Testament
 The Old Testament
The New Testament
 The New Testament
Erasmus (1469 - 1536)
 Erasmus (1469 - 1536)
Humanism and translations of the Bible into the vernacular
 Humanism and translations of the Bible into the vernacular
The Reformation and the Bible†: sola scriptura
 The Reformation and the Bible†: sola scriptura
Luther and Bible Reading
 Luther and Bible Reading
Calvin and the Bible
 Calvin and the Bible
The Bible in times of persecution for the French Protestants (1685-1760)
 The Bible in times of persecution for the French Protestants (1685-1760)
The beginning of the Bible Societies
 The beginning of the Bible Societies
The Bible and Culture
 The Bible and Culture
 
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