Answers.com says it found a “fascinating and informative” book in the Bible that proves it.
The online bible retailer has published an ebook entitled “The Bible Is An Unquestionable Biblical Book,” which it describes as “an easy read and easy to understand introduction to the Bible.”
The book, which was published in June, includes an introduction to what the Bible is about, and an overview of how the Bible has changed over time.
“The text of the Bible, the original text, the history of the written word, and the interpretation of the text are all part of the story,” it explains.
“It is this story of how our world has been shaped by God’s Word.”
The book also gives tips on how to become an “educated and informed believer.”
The publisher says the book is “available in hardcover, paperback, and Kindle formats.”
The title of the book comes from the title of an 18th-century English text by Robert Burton, the father of modern English translation.
The book contains a short essay, written by a 16-year-old, on why the Bible should be read as an “unquestionably biblical book.”
The text says the Bible was created to teach mankind to obey God’s commandments.
It’s written as “a book of wisdom for the wise,” which is a biblical term for a book of knowledge.
“But it was also an account of how God made a covenant with Noah and his family, how God gave them dominion over the earth, how He gave the land to Abraham, and how He took all mankind with him, to establish the new covenant,” the book reads.
The book also talks about the “fifty thousand commandments” that God gave Abraham and his descendants.
The first commandment reads, “Do not kill.”
Another says, “Thou shalt not steal.”
A third says, “‘Thou shall not bear false witness against thy neighbor.'”
Another says “thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.”
These are the commandments that are written in the book, the author writes.
The author also mentions that the Bible teaches that a person is free to believe in anything they want, and that God is just, just and merciful.
The Bible also says God is not “the Almighty God of all men” and that there is no one God.
The author says it is possible for the Bible to contradict itself.
The publisher says there are many “interesting” and “relatively new” Bible stories that are included in the ebook, but the author also says there is a good deal of “common sense” in the story of Noah and the Flood.
It says there have been “hundreds of books written about the Flood, and hundreds of thousands of books about the Bible” that contradict each other.
“In short, the Bible does not claim to be a perfect book, but it is not a flawed book either,” the publisher says.
“This book is a great resource for anyone looking to understand the Bible and its history and culture.
The best part of this book is the fact that it is available in all formats.”
The ebook is available for $19.99 and the paperback for $29.99.