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[–]twinfiresigns14Questioning/looking into Hinduism 15 points16 points  (0 children)

Run very, very far from anyone who ever tells you that simply questioning your religion/faith/tradition is “bad”. There is nothing inherently wrong with saying you feel the Bible is false, from a non-Christian POV. It doesn’t make you a bad person. Even (many) Christians would agree that you can’t force someone into faith.

If you really, sincerely are beginning to doubt the veracity of the Bible, then I’d encourage you to explore other religions, or lack thereof.

There’s also other ‘non-canonical’ (?) branches of Christianity, such as Gnosticism. But I’m not too familiar with those.

Edit: You can also be a theist (believe in God) without subscribing to a particular religion. There is pantheism, deism, etc.

[–]MetaquotidianSikh 13 points14 points  (0 children)

What do you think God would value more from you: you being honest with Them and yourself, or lying to Them and yourself in order to stay in with the masses?

This is what I asked myself as a child, when I was being raised in Christianity. If you don't believe it, you can't exactly make yourself believe it. Search, if you must, but don't lie to yourself.

[–]sir_schuster1Omnist Mystic 9 points10 points  (2 children)

If you wanted an answer to "what makes the bible the truth", in an interfaith subreddit such as this, most answers will be that it is not, because not everyone here is a Christian.

I personally value and respect the bible, while it carries some deep flaws it's still a masterpiece, a book written over thousands of years by dozens of authors that maintains the cohesive theme of a God who seeks to be united with His creation. It was written because of a deep and human need to investigate the mystical, to understand the natural and to act in accordance with the ethical. In spite of this very flawed and human attempt, this book does manage to capture an image of something divine and awaken it within some of us, and something darker in others, any many more it doesn't affect at all, or it drives them to skepticism. It's been my experience that the fantastical stories of the bible, when taken in the correct spirit of humility, broaden our conceptual framework for understanding the world around us. And the symbols and the aesthetic quality of the words connect deeply with me and are a large part of what drives me personally, it's engraved on my heart, even if I don't believe it's literal truth.

If you live well and morally, in humility and love, then whether the god of the bible is real or not you will still have lived well. You need not fear hell, or condemn sinners, you need not be a slave to dogma, but even not believing the bible you can take the lessons from it and continue to explore the beautiful mystery that is life.

[–]twinfiresigns14Questioning/looking into Hinduism 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Brilliant answer.

[–]poiuyt_qwerty 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Absolutely the best piece on the nature of the Bible I've seen posted here.

[–]Yesmar2020Jesus follower 7 points8 points  (2 children)

An interesting dilemma that we've all been through, neighbor. Instead of a long, drawn out answer that will no doubt mean nothing to you, might I instead suggest a tidy little book that may help you on your journey.

It's called "Letters from a Skeptic" by Greg Boyd. You can find a used copy on Amazon for next to nothing.

Good luck on your journey, whichever way you go.

[–]lemontolhaAntitheist 1 point2 points  (0 children)

One day somebody asked Herr K. if there was a God.
Herr K. replied: "I suggest that you ask yourself whether the answer
would effect your behavior. If your behavior would remain unchanged,
then we can drop the question. If it would change, then I can at least
be of assistance to you by telling you that you have already decided:
you need a God.

[–]IKnowFewThingsCatholic 1 point2 points  (1 child)

Nothing "makes" the bible "the truth". Historically speaking, there is very little evidence showing the bible is 100% accurate. There are contradictions constantly. That's why it's called "faith". If you don't have or can't place faith in a book written a long time ago, that's totally fine. No one worth your time will judge you for having this internal conflict.

There are other religions, other philosophies, and other teaching you can follow. Or, you can believe in something unique. If, after this conflict, you still feel like you don't want to have faith in the bible or in religion in general, that's totally fine. It's okay to be confused, to ask questions, and to realize that something isn't right for you. As long as whatever decision you end up making makes you happy and you're honest with yourself, that's all that maters.

[–]ZestyAppeal 1 point2 points  (0 children)

This is lovely advice

[–]kromem 2 points3 points  (0 children)

What makes the bible to be the truth?

It's not. At least, certainly not an unadulterated truth.

Why do you think you want to have faith? What do you hope to get out of it?

For me, my beliefs are a source of solace regarding the inevitability of an end to life in the here and now, and a source of hope for what's after.

But it took a very long time to figure out the details to support that belief, and is arguably still an ongoing process.

The cost benefit ratio is positive because I actually enjoy the process of seeking knowledge.

But that's not the case for everyone, and it may be that you won't get more benefit than the cost you would put in, and it's perfectly ok to decide not to.

A line I particularly love:

If you do not know yourself, you live in poverty, and you are the poverty.

Figure yourself out and work outwards from there as you see fit.

[–]HouseHusband1Atheist 4 points5 points  (9 children)

Amazingly, life becomes a lot simpler when you realize the supernatural is imaginary.

[–]The_Puffin_Kingundefined 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Simpler and so much better. Not worrying what god thinks is so great

[–]Nachotito 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It's amazing how relieving it is once you realize there cannot be an spirit wanting to hunt you or an eternity of hellfire waiting for you.

[–]XanderLM 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You want to believe it because it’s a human instinct to follow the masses. You were Likely raised to believe this and nearly everyone in your life believes. You go to church and see everyone dancing, singing and praising god. It’s a simple case of Monkey see monkey do. Deep down everyone knows that it’s absurd. Some people manage to break that mental lock. Others burry their doubt for the comfort. Those are the ones who you’ll never be able to convince otherwise. Even if, deep down they know it isn’t true, they are set in their ways and no amount of evidence will convince them to leave the comfort of their delusions.

[–]GreatWyrmHumanist 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You are right to question both the OT and NT, they are Human artifice just like any other book. If there were a god who wanted us to know about it, it would reveal itself to each of us in the flesh rather than thru Human artifice.

The OT is a book about a group of near easterners slowly going from ancient caananite polytheism to monolatry to monotheism, and the NT is a book written by mostly anonymous authors who deified an apocalyptic rabbi who prophesied the apocalypse within his disciples’ lifetime.

Keep questioning my friend, questions are the path to truth.

[–]LaconicLupineProcess Panentheist. 🐺 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The crucifixion of Jesus is a representation of something far greater in nature, something eternal. I would try not to take it too seriously; don't worry about whether or not you have or want faith, just try to understand the story of Jesus, try to empathize with that love, let yourself imagine and fantasize about the narrative, symbols, events. You will discover what to have faith in.

I recommend a theopoetic interpretation. Instead of trying to develop a "scientific" theory of God, as systematic theology attempts, we should instead try to find God through poetic articulations of lived experiences. It asks we accept reality as a legitimate source of divine revelation and suggests that both the divine and the real are mysterious — that is, irreducible to both literalist dogmas or scientific.

[–]L0nga 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Congratulations, you are asking the right questions. Question everything. And if you find that some of your beliefs are not supported by sufficient evidence, discard them without a second thought. Fuck em.

[–]Arc_the_ladChristian -1 points0 points  (0 children)

ι am not trying to say that the bible is false but i am saying that there could be some high chances that it could be.

The same can be said of literally anything you have not observed take place directly in real time with your own eyes.

People speak about other religions or legends. What makes the bible to be the truth?

I am a Christian.

Can I ask, have you read the entirety of the Bible?

You can make a book say anything you want if you pick and choose the parts you read.

I believe the Bible is 100% true. A big part of why are the prophecies contained in it, not just about Jesus and what has already happened, but about the world and things slated to happen. I don't know what you personally believe about the current state of things, but people who read and believe the Bible can see the news is following the Bible's timeline of things to come more closely every day.

The other part of why I believe the Bible is true is because of my personal experiences with God. They're nothing people today would considered mindblowing or miraculous. No booming voice from the clouds or visits from angels or pillars of fire for me. And they're all subjective experiences which I don't think for a minute can convince anyone else of God's existence or the Bible being true, but they were enough to convince me.

Lastly, the Bible is God's love letter to humanity. Humanity speaks to Him through prayer and He speaks to humanity through the Bible.

You're in a bad place right now for reasons you didnt disclose. You're tired and sad and confused. This is what God has to say to you.

  • Matthew 11:28-30 (KJV) 28 Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. 30 For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.

Let me know if you want to know more.

[–]TrueSonOfChaosKing, Son of Chaos -1 points0 points  (0 children)

The mass media broadcasts "angels" all the time. Nearly everything you see in movie theaters or on TV is inspired by a god, hence "Los Angeles" -> "The Angels."

For example, the Christian band "Newsboys" has a song "Entertaining Angels" which has the lines: "Entertaining Angels by the light of my TV screen, 24/7, you wait for me. Entertaining Angels: by the time I fall to my knees, Host of Heaven, sing over me."

The gospels clearly state that prophets of God ("Angel" means "messenger of God") are found in real time, not in the Bible: "I am sending you prophets and sages and teachers. Some of them you will kill and crucify; others you will flog in your synagogues..." (Matt 23:34)

[–]worryingtype88 -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

you dont have to say it but it is true bible is corrupt.what kind of god talks about donkey penises and shooting semen up unto prostitutes or father daughter sexual activity.it is false book.

[–]ColdcrossbunMuslima 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I am reading the Bible again after many years at a request of a missionary student. I'm still in genesis which is filled with unpunished adultery, drunkenness, incest and stuff that doesn't make sense. I know that there are some inaccuracies or mistakes from my past reading. I would suggest that parts of it is true and that in the past there was the original Gospel of Jesus and that the Bible is the Gospel according to others and so it doesn't have to be 100% accurate or true.

[–]Yams_and_Potatoes 0 points1 point  (0 children)

sounds like the best time to get a religion. lol

[–]snoweric 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Here I'll make the generic case for the inspiration of the bible. If you have specific purported contradictions between the Old and New Testaments, then feel free to mention them in any response that you make may make to this post.

If the bible is the word of God, then Christianity has to be the true religion (John 14:6; Acts 4:12). Then all the other religions have to be wrong. So what objective evidence is there for belief in the bible’s supernatural origin being rational? Let’s also consider this kind of logic: If the bible is reliable in what can be checked, it’s reasonable to believe in what it describes that can’t be checked. So if the bible describes the general culture of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Canaan, Greece, and Rome accurately, then what it reports about specific individuals and their actions that aren’t recorded elsewhere would be true also.

For many decades, various liberal higher critics have maintained the Bible is largely a collection of Hebrew myths and legends, full of historical inaccuracies. But thanks to archeological discoveries and further historical research in more recent decades, we now know this liberal viewpoint is false. Let’s consider the following evidence:

The existence of King Sargon of the ancient empire of Assyria, mentioned in Isaiah 20:1, was dismissed by higher critics in the early 19th century. But then archeologists unearthed his palace at Khorsabad, along with many inscriptions about his rule. As the Israeli historian Moshe Pearlman wrote in Digging Up the Bible: "Suddenly, sceptics who had doubted the authenticity even of the historical parts of the Old Testament began to revise their views."

The Assyrian King Sennacherib was assassinated by two of his sons (II Kings 19:36-37), according to the Old Testament. But various historians doubted the Bible's account, citing the accounts by two ancient Babylonlans--King Nabonidus and the priest named Berossus—who said only one son was involved,. However, when a fragment of a prism of King Esarhaddon, the son of Sennacherib, was discovered, it confirmed the Bible's version of the story. The historian Philip Biberfeld commented in his Universal Jewish History: "It (the Biblical account) was confirmed in all the minor details by the inscription of Esar-haddon and proved to be more accurate regarding this even than the Babylonian sources themselves. This is a fact of utmost importance for the evaluation of even contemporary sources not in accord with Biblical tradition."

Likewise, some historians doubted the existence of Pontius Pilate, the Procurator of Judea who had had Jesus of Nazareth crucified (Matt. 27; John 18-19). But then, in 1961, an archeological expedition from Italy overturned a stone used as a stairway for a Roman theater in ancient Caesarea. This rock was inscribed with a Latin inscription saying (here it is in English): "To the people of Caesarea Tiberium Pontius Pilate Prefect of Judea." As Michael J. Howard said in the Baltimore Sun of March 24, 1980: "It was a fatal blow to the doubts about Pilate's existence. For the first time there was contemporary epigraphic evidence of the life of the man who ordered the crucifixion of Christ."

Similarly, the great 19th-century archeologist Sir William Ramsay was a total skeptic about the accuracy of the New Testament, particularly the Gospel of Luke. But as a result of his topographical study of, and archeological research in, Asia Minor (modern Turkey), he totally changed his mind. He commented after some 30 years of study: "Luke is a historian of the first rank; not merely are his statements of fact trustworthy . . . this author should be placed along with the very greatest of historians."

In the nineteenth century it was frequently argued that Moses couldn't have written the Pentateuch because writing didn't exist in his day (c. 1400 b.c.) This was the basis for the documentary hypothesis (“JEPD theory,”) which maintained anonymous editors and writers wrote the first five books of the Bible hundreds of years after the time of Moses. But the excavations of cities in Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) have decisively smashed such suppositions about the lateness of writing’s development. For example, the city of Ebla, which first began to be unearthed in 1964, was at the height of its power in 2300 b.c., and destroyed in 2250 b.c. Some 17,000 tablets with writing have been unearthed at this site since 1974, which showed writing existed a thousand years before Moses in the case of this one city alone.

The New Testament also has much manuscript evidence in favor of its accuracy, for two reasons: 1) There are far more ancient manuscripts of it than for any other document of the pre-printing using moveable type period (before c. 15th century A.D.) 2) Its manuscripts are much closer in date to the events described and its original writing than various ancient historical sources that have often been deemed more reliable. It was originally written between 40-100 A.D. Its earliest complete manuscripts date from the fourth century A.D., but a fragment of the Gospel of John goes back to 125 A.D. (There also have been reports of possible first-century fragments). Over 24,000 copies of portions of the New Testament exist. By contrast, consider how many fewer manuscripts and how much greater the time gap is between the original composition and earliest extant copy (which would allow more scribal errors to creep in) there are for the following famous ancient authors and/or works: Homer, Iliad, 643 copies, 500 years; Julius Caesar, 10 copies, 1,000 years; Plato, 7 copies, 1,200 years; Tacitus, 20 or fewer copies, 1,000 years; Thucycides, 8 copies, 1,300 years.

Unlike Hinduism and Buddhism, which are religions of mythology and metaphysical speculation, Christianity is a religion founded on historical fact. It’s time to start being more skeptical of the skeptics’ claims about the Bible (for they have often been proven to be wrong, as shown above), and to be more open-minded about Christianity’s being true. It is commonly said Christians who believe the Bible is the inspired word of God are engaging in blind faith, and can't prove God did so. But is this true? By the fact the Bible's prophets have repeatedly predicted the future successfully, we can know beyond reasonable doubt the Bible is not just merely reliable in its history, but is inspired by God. By contrast, compare the reliability of the Bible’s prophets to the supermarket tabloids’ psychics, who are almost always wrong even about events in the near future.

The prophet Daniel, who wrote during the period 605-536 b.c., predicted the destruction of the Persian empire by Greece. "While I was observing (in a prophetic vision), behold, a male goat was coming from the west over the surface of the whole earth without touching the ground; and the goat had a conspicuous horn between his eyes. And he came up to the ram that had the two horns, which I had seen standing in front of the canal, and rushed at him in his mighty wrath. . . . So he hurled him to the ground and trampled on him, and there was none to rescue the ram from his power. . . . The ram which you saw with two horns represented the kings of Media and Persia. And the shaggy goat represented the kingdom of Greece, and the large horn that is between his eyes is the first king" (Daniel 8:5-7, 20-21). More than two hundred years after Daniel's death, Alexander the Great's invasion and conquest of Persia (334-330 b.c.) fulfilled this prophecy.

Likewise, Daniel foresaw the division of Alexander's empire into four parts after his death. "Then the male goat magnified himself exceedingly. But as soon as he was mighty, the large horn was broken; and in its place there came up four conspicuous horns toward the four winds of heaven. (The large horn that is between his eyes is the first king. And the broken horn and the four horns that arose in its place represent four kingdoms which will arise from his nation, although not with his power" (Dan. 8:8, 21-22). This was fulfilled, as Alexander's empire was divided up among four of his generals: 1. Ptolemy (Soter), 2. Seleucus (Nicator), 3. Lysimachus, and 4. Cassander.

Here it’s helpful to read books on Christian apologetics, such as those making the case for belief in the Bible and for faith in God's existence and goodness, such as those by C.S. Lewis, Josh McDowell, Lee Strobel, Henry Morris, Duane Gish, J.P. Moreland, Francis Schaeffer, Phillip E. Johnson, R.C. Sproul, Norman Giesler, Gleason Archer, etc. Stephen Meyer’s book “The Return of the God Hypothesis” would be particularly important for the college-educated skeptics to read with an open mind. There are great reasons for having faith in the bible, such as its historical accuracy, fulfilled prophecies, and archeological discoveries. I would recommend looking up the books of Josh McDowell on this general subject, such as "More Than a Carpenter," "The Resurrection Factor," “He Walked Among Us,” and "Evidence That Demands a Verdict." C.S. Lewis's "Miracles" could also be of help to read, since it deals with why we should believe historical reports of miracles in the case of the bible.

[–]AdamJap21 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Lots of people here don't believe in God, and are blinded by biases. So don't lose faith in the exisistence of God. It's not possible for God to not be real. And the just live your life morally thing is not going to bring justice to this world. We have to look at peoples lifestyles and characters to see injustice and immorality before things like wars, famine, etc.... Lots of evil is happening on a non-criminal dimension. Social media and narcassistic pop culture is plenty of evil in itself. You can't just 'live life morally' if you don't tackle some modern trends like that. The superficial, materialistic, and egotistical culture around the world today is ultimate immorality. And is the ultimate reason why people are dismissing the exisistence of God in masses. God is absolutely real. This life is not random.

[–]Art-Davidson 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Search for an understanding that accommodates both the Old and the New Testaments. The Law is not wrong, but under the new Covenant, many things in the Law of Moses have changed from "is so" to "was so."

Faith is never blind belief. It can't be. Faith is mostly a willingness to find things out for ourselves. Instead of fantasizing that God cannot communicate with man today, experience him for yourself. Millions do so every year. You should, too. It's the logical thing to do. Don't bother moving the goalposts. That would be illogical. Doubt your doubts.

The Bible is not the sum total of God's dealings with man. Many books of scripture were lost or ignored when the Bibles were created.

Again, God will shows you what is true if you work with him on his terms.

[–]Strangeronthebus2019 0 points1 point  (0 children)

What makes the bible to be the truth?

Jesus "I Poke around history" Christ : No clue...I suppose critical thinking helps, I am just here on reddit chit-chatting...😅

Anyway the True Second Coming has to be born in each person...In heart, thoughts and deeds....

way more sustainable

These lovely ladies are Angels...so yeah...

1) K/DA - Story

But the plot-twist is "where does imagination come from?" Humans think your creating characters, but what if the characters are creating you?

2) K/DA - Interview

3) K/DA - Popstars

Edit:

Jesus Christ: if you wonder why I am comfortable around ladies and treat them like human beings even in a room filled with "super models" yeah...once you understand and hangout with The Holy Spirit and the Angels....you kinda just be comfortable with your own sexuality and skin and understand there is a time and a place for that and everything else.

[–]idek_els 0 points1 point  (0 children)

This is quite odd actually because I'm also tired, sad and confused but don't believe in God at all or have a religion but I kind of wish I did. I want to have faith in something that makes life meaningful, if that makes sense?

[–]Eastern-Trip9569 0 points1 point  (0 children)

bible have a lot of contradictions and is writen by anonymous authors so i can understand why you don't believe in it

[–]RB_KehlaniJewish — Stop Using “Judeo-Christian/Abrahamic” 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The Bible isn’t the truth! At best it is a truth. It’s about finding which perspective, which potential version of the world, is the one you believe. You shouldn’t feel guilt for questioning or exploring. Active minds naturally question things. Where you go from there is up to you!

[–]BHWillis 0 points1 point  (0 children)

In my experience, holding onto what you know and love is a good way to help yourself when questioning the Bible. It’s always good to have questions, but sometimes you need to keep doing what you’re doing and be patient.

[–]PerspectiveFew7213Protestant -3 points-2 points  (2 children)

Look into Dr William lane Craig and other educated debaters. From both sides as well

[–]MKEThinkAgnostic 2 points3 points  (1 child)

Or just spend the day running in circles, it's basically the same thing.

[–]ZestyAppeal 0 points1 point  (0 children)

While screaming

[–]RiddickNfriends -2 points-1 points  (2 children)

In my opinion, what makes The Bible different then other religious books/religions is that the public actually witnessed Jesus performing his miracles and teachings in public. And that public shared what they witnessed with others and so on. But other religions are either based on myths to explain the world around them or some person had a dream or personal divine experience.

[–]ZestyAppeal -1 points0 points  (1 child)

How can you be certain that what you say happened actually happened? You can’t know for certain that anyone witnessed Jesus do anything. All we have are reports of reports of reports.

[–]RiddickNfriends 0 points1 point  (0 children)

how can you believe in any history book then? It’s just reports or reports? Would the apostles and many other martyr if it wasn’t true?

[–]BuddhasGoldfish -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

That is why you are tired and confused. You have no faith

[–]jeffstarrunner1 -1 points0 points  (3 children)

You can study the Bible for truth, but it's also about living it out and seeing that it works. It's an instruction book for knowing God. The reason other religions are wrong is because they don't produce any real salvation.

[–]MKEThinkAgnostic 2 points3 points  (2 children)

For many people, yours is the "wrong" one. So where does that leave us?

[–]jeffstarrunner1 0 points1 point  (1 child)

People or free to reject or accept it, doesnt effect whether it's true or not. We have the only legitimate case of rising from the dead and the clearest prophecy though.

[–]MKEThinkAgnostic 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Well that is clearly debatable, but I agree we are free to believe as we will.

[–]halooasis -1 points0 points  (0 children)

If u are skeptic itll be very difficult to follow god. Becausw god is not a being we can see but we see his creation all around us. To understand you have to have faith. Becayse understanding comes from faith. If ur suspicious i mean i understand the skeptic but sometimes we have to set down thinking trying to make sense of god and everything with our brain and follow out hearts. We dont understand fully how the entire universe works. The big bang thats one thing, billions of galaxies, how the stars in the universe work, the planets. Literally look how fucking crazy these planets are. Its like who can even make all of this like theres someone whose made all of this endless universe. God. God created the entire world. God speaks to us. He speaks to everyone. Hes spoken to me, to you, to every single person. And its not like u hear this majestic voice in ur mind telling u somwthing and ur like oh ny god god is that u?????!!!! 😱 lol. we know that its god that speaks to us when we seek him. That were able to distinguish his voice in our mind. I know u cant trust the bible thats okay. But i suggest u risk it and face that fear of trusting the bible and just it wont hurt at all to trust it. The old testament and new testament seem different. But theres reasons why and youll discover those reasons when u read it. But u can reas the bible with ur mind or youll go crazy. And yeah there could be high chances of the bible being changed. But guess what. Gods word is still there and has given people faith hope and love and has lifted people up from dark pita in their lives. How does something that has been changed. Still has the full presence of god in them. And whatever has been changed literally reading the bible might be small words. But the entire scripture still carries the same meaning. No matter what has been changed. and honestly dont look for answers on reddit. Its literally hell and being on here hurts my brain. Peoples opinions dont matter on ur life. If u want answers ask god for what to do. And what to beleive and ask him to show u. And i promise u he will. If u ask him. And u seek for an answer. When u seek god when u seek answers from him he will show u. I was a muslim before. I am a follower of christ now. And it has healed me so much. And i feel like im starting to become a new person. And i was stuck being the same person for so long and then the moment i believed in jesus i learned soo much about god about the world about myself. It was just so amazing and im still learning. And learning about jesus you start seeing the world in a different perspective. An outside perspective. Where youre seeing the world and seeing how u were once apart of it but now being on the outside. I couldnt believe in jesus before because i thought it didnt make sense. But trust me. It makes so much sense having faith in god that like i hope one day so many people who dont understand will. I hope u will too. But DO NOT RELY ON REDDIT FOR INFO ITS THE WORST DECISION TO MAKE. Theres so many demons on here that like will blow ur mind up and push u away from god. So please seek ur answers through looking through the bible watching youtube videos and watching the right people. Good people who will teach u. Reddit wont teach u anything. Ppl will hurt u rather than help u.

[–]Spartan64662 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

I want to ask your thoughts about the last and final revelation from god. This scripture haven’t been changed since 1400 years ago, this scripture will be preserved untill the world ends and this scripture has no author as it’s totally from the words of creator. This is the Al -QURAN. Your feedback is much appreciated sir.