Yes and no. The texts with exist today, like those found in the Dead Sea, are NOT ORIGINALS. They are circulated copies from the early day's of Christianity - about 300AD. Prior to 325AD, there was no Bible. These books, and hundreds others, were all individual books being passed around Congregations and offshoots of Christianity (which we today would consider denominations). In 325AD the Council of Nicaea, headed by Constantine, gathered and chose which texts would make up the official Bible. The texts which were included have been preserved by the Vatican and the London Museum (as popzaroo stated). Besides that there are no KNOWN copies of those original texts. Remember though, that these "Original Biblical Texts" were still taken from even older texts which had been passed down and altered over more than 300 years of believers and non-believers alike.
at 12:12 PM on Jun. 7, 2011