like the Bible.... i tend to think that after a story is told so many times things get changed.... how do we know that it did not happen in the Bible? and who wrote it? and the person that translated it how do you know they didnt change things?
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I bought a really good book called Where We Got The Bible but it's available for free on the internet at the link I provided. Before we had the printing press the Bible did have to be rewritten repeatedly, and it does seem appealing to think some may have altered it. But as the book explains, the old Jewish law for the OT was strict in that, "no one had dared to add anything to the Jewish Scriptures, to take anything from them, or to make any change in them." The same is true for the NT, and also the Holy Spirit guided the transccribers to protect the Bible from error.
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