ANSWERS: 9
  • The Book of Judas. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gospel_of_Judas Jesus Laughed.
    • dickw60
      Interesting book. I have read it. puts a different light on Judas for sure.
  • The five books of Moses, aka the Torah...
  • The gospel of John. His understand of the glory and grace of Christ just shines through in every word.
  • All the books between Genesis and Maps!
  • The Book of John. This book educated me on what Christ went through before he died. He was the Ransom paid for each one of our lives. Especially does chapter 20 has had an affect on me. That chapter is summed up in Matt. 20:28 "Just as the Son of man came, not to be waited on by others, but to help and to give his life as a ransom in exchange for many. This is where I will be on April 11, 2017, to show respect for what he gave up that night for me. https://www.jw.org/en/jehovahs-witnesses/memorial/
  • I like the whole Bible, especially when the chapters and verses are quoted in context. Sound doctrine is what attracts newcomers into hearing a pure Gospel, rather than feeling oppressed by a perverted gospel that is all about prosperity.
  • Tough one! Matthew. No wait! I like the birth of Jesus better in Luke. No wait John. But that leaves out the Psalms and Proverbs. I can't choose just one.
  • All of them plus the "lost Books" of the Bible. They all together form the truth of the entire Bible. One portion supports and explains another portion. One cannot stand without the other.
  • All of them plus the "lost Books" of the Bible. They all together form the truth of the entire Bible. One portion supports and explains another portion. One cannot stand without the other.

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