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  • It has been said by many people; you can prove or disprove anything with the Bible, it just takes time to find the right passage!!!!!!
  • It depends upon whether you interpret the Bible literally or spiritually. If you interprete it literally, then you will 'paint yourself into the corner' because the Bible has parts which are not acceptable our modern values regarding human life and human integrity. If you interprete it spiritually, then you are limited by your imagination alone.
  • Gravity, algebra, quantum physics. There's loads.....I don't think there's anything the bible does explain. To be honest I find "the book of a 1001 uses of vinegar" to be more useful.
  • David Hasselhoff. Nothing can explain that.
  • The Bible does not contain God's total knowledge, so there are many things that the Bible cannot explain. There are things that we read in the Bible that we do not understand. Perhaps we are not mean't to understand everything. I believe there is a reason for mystery.
  • Yea, i got one for u. The bible can't explain anything in plain english and not parables.
  • Superconductivity. Whether OJ did or did not do it. why the dinosaurs went extinct. The causes of the Great Depression. A cure for cancer. How much man and women are the same and how much different. What the stars actually are.
  • the Holy Trinity.... God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Three members yet we are told there is only One God?
  • What an excellent question. It really cannot explain our purpose for being here. I think the best answer is to look within ourselves to find our own purpose. Other than that, it is just a bunch of stories, some nice....most hideous and lots of it so out-of-date, it is not worthy of my read.
  • The Pythagorean Theorem: The square on the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares on the other two sides. Catholics believe that the Bible teaches truth about God but it is not historically factual at all times. The Bible's primary purpose is to teach us the truth about God and His (or Her) love for us, not to teach facts about history or science. All scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for refutation, for correction, and for training in righteousness, so that one who belongs to God may be competent, equipped for every good work. (2 Timothy 3:16-17) For more information, see the Catechism of the Catholic Church, section 105 and following: http://www.usccb.org/catechism/text/pt1sect1chpt2.htm With love in Christ.
  • As an owners manual for humans, it is excellent. There is either a direct passage or principle that applies for every situation you could encounter.
  • Yes, tons and tons, for example, why you asked this question? You won't find that in the Bible.
  • Yes. Plenty. Why did the holocaust happen? Why are people suffering while greedy, insolent bastards are living it up with riches and fame? Why are children dying of AIDS in Africa? Why are people having their hands cut off in Darfur? Why did thousands of people lose their homes when Katrina hit New Orleans? To just name a few.
  • To those who do not believe in it, the bible explains absolutely nothing. In fact in many places it's so boring you could prescribe it for insomnia. Not meaning to offend but the majority of the world's population is not Christian. To these people the bible holds no answer at all.
  • There are lots of things it was never intended to explain. Consider this--God created Paradise, God created man, but even in Paradise with close companionship between man and God, that was not enough for man and God Himself said so--"it is not good that the the man should be alone." So God created outside companionship. And lots of other things, which we are to study and come to know which we would never find out just by deducing them from Scripture.
  • It is a Love letter from God the Father. To get ANY thing out of it your heart has to be in the right place.It also helps greatly to be a part of a church family with elders who can explain scriptures to you .
  • The bible was written in a context of a certain knowledge. If God had given us a complete system of knowing and understanding everything, it would be a million books each a million pages long, and we still wouldn't understand it.
  • That one "unforgivable sin" isn't quite clear. People just guess and assume what it would be, like everything else in it's pages.
  • The meaning of life itself.... (Now how exactly did we get in this mess? and How do we get out?) (I know, I know... Please do not quote me Genesis and the gospel according to John. Sunday school answers make me hostile.)
  • I beleive it explains nothing really. Nadda thing I read it and got nothing but fairy tales

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