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Is there any contact between Christianity and Bible?

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Asked by challenge me, 06 Jun '10 12:32 am
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Yes, the same as what exist between Ramayan (or Mahabharat) & the Hinduism.
Answered by Arun Kumar Verma, 06 Jun '10 01:17 am

 
  
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The Bible's Last Prophet
What all Christians and Jews MUST know about the Bible
"Certainly, you will find the strongest among men in enmity to the Believers (Muslims) the Jews and those who are Pagans, and you will find the nearest in love to the Believers (Muslims) those who say: "We are Christians." That is because amongst them are priests (Men devoted to learning) and monks (men who have renounced the world), and because they do not behave proudly. And when they listen to what has been sent down to the Messenger (Muhammad), you see their eyes overflowing with tears, for they recognize the truth. They say: "Our Lord! We believe; so write us down among the witnesses. And why should we not believe in Allah and in that which has come to us of the truth (Islamic Monotheism) and we wish that our Lord will admit us (in Paradise on the Day of Resurrection) along with the righteous people?" So because of what they said, Allah rewarded them Gardens under which rivers flow (in Paradise), the ...more
Answered by yusuf syed, 06 Jun '10 11:18 am

 
  
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The Bible refers to the sacred scriptures of Judaism and Christianity, usually compiled in a single volume. The Hebrew Bible contains 39 books. The Christian Bible adds to the Hebrew Bible some 27 more books, giving a total of about 66 books.

The Christian Bible is divided in two, roughly in a two-third to one-third proportion. Christians call the first two thirds, mostly inherited from the Jews, the Old Testament and the last third, considered written by themselves, the New Testament. The Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox versions of the Old Testament are slightly larger because of their acceptance and inclusion of certain texts considered apocryphal by Protestants. Considering only the "Old Testament", the Jewish canon and Christian canon differ considerably more than the Protestant and Roman Catholic arrangements differ.

The Hebrew Bible, or Tanakh, is the main source for the history of ancient Israel. Composed between the 14th and 5th centuries BC, the canonical books recog ...more
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 06 Jun '10 12:40 am

 
  
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It is known by many names: Bindi, Pottu, Tilakam, and Tika... It adorns the forehead.
It comes in many shapes - a round dot, a graceful frozen flame either a small dot or a big large, eye-arresting blazing round. It is sometimes shaped like a long straight vertical line or sometimes in a miniature alpana with a fine-tipped stick in squiggles, triangles and circles to work out a complicated artistic design or some other exotic adventurous forms.
Bindi is derived from the Sanskrit word "Bindu" or a drop, it is supposed to signify the mystic third eye of a person and therefore, when properly marked, becomes the central point of the base of the creation itself. It is a symbol of auspiciousness, good fortune and festivity.

Why Bindi???
The very positioning of the bindi is significant. The area between the eyebrows is the seat of latent wisdom. This area is known as the "Agna" (6th chakra) meaning "command". It is said to control various levels of concentration attained through medi ...more
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 10 Jun '10 04:40 pm

 
  
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All fully altered according to their whims and fancy , the only book of Allah is Qur'an where none has altered a single letter such is this holy book:
The Bible refers to the sacred scriptures of Judaism and Christianity, usually compiled in a single volume. The Hebrew Bible contains 39 books. The Christian Bible adds to the Hebrew Bible some 27 more books, giving a total of about 66 books.

The Christian Bible is divided in two, roughly in a two-third to one-third proportion. Christians call the first two thirds, mostly inherited from the Jews, the Old Testament and the last third, considered written by themselves, the New Testament. The Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox versions of the Old Testament are slightly larger because of their acceptance and inclusion of certain texts considered apocryphal by Protestants. Considering only the "Old Testament", the Jewish canon and Christian canon differ considerably more than the Protestant and Roman Catholic arrangements differ.

Th ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 07 Jun '10 03:12 pm

 
  
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Yes
Answered by anil garg, 06 Jun '10 08:08 pm

 
  
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The term chrisitianity or bible or trinity or begotten son is not authentiacated from what we currently call bible , chrisitans are more followers of paul .
Answered by LOLLYPOP, 05 Oct '10 02:53 pm

 
  
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It is altered
Answered by ADN, 05 Oct '10 02:43 pm

 
  
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