What’s the best way to read the Bible?

This is the first in a three-part series that will teach you how to interpret the Bible, and you can read the first part here.

It’s also the only book that includes more than 100 illustrations that are part of a series of illustrations, which are a combination of original illustrations and illustrations of different languages. 

These illustrations are not intended to teach you the meaning of the Bible.

They are meant to help you to understand what the Bible actually says, rather than the interpretations of its writers. 

If you are looking for a good Bible, these illustrations are a great place to start. 

In this second part, we will talk about how to read this book.

First, we’ll discuss what we can expect from this book when it comes to translation.

Next, we’re going to discuss how the translations work and how you can use them to help understand the Bible better.

Finally, we are going to show you how you may use the illustrations to better understand the meaning. 

1.

The Bible does not use any of the following: “a good, a bad, or an ugly” in Hebrew.

The word for “good” is not a noun.

The noun for “bad” is “heaven.”

The word “ugly” is used in the New Testament, but not in the Old Testament. 

2.

The first two verses of Genesis are written in Hebrew and have no English translations.

The rest of the book is in Greek.

3.

There are no two words in the Hebrew Bible that sound alike, and there are only five words in English that sound the same. 

4.

In the Hebrew word for the sun, the word “he” is spelled “hay.” 

5.

There is no distinction between the English “good,” “bad,” and “uglific” (the word for evil in English) that is found in the English Bible. 

6.

There’s no distinction in the first verses of the Book of Job between good and evil. 

7.

There was no word in the Greek word for sun in the Book in which God spoke to Adam. 

8.

There were no fours or quads in the names of God. 

9.

There aren’t any two different kinds of angels. 

10.

There isn’t a word in Hebrew that sounds like “thee.” 

11.

The Old Testament doesn’t say “this is the time of the coming of the sun” or “this will be the time for the coming” or even “this time will come.” 

12.

There has been no mention of God’s coming on the last day. 

13.

There have been no two different types of clouds. 

14.

There wasn’t a reference to the stars in the Garden of Eden. 

15.

There hasn’t been a reference in the Holy Scriptures to the sun in any other place. 

16.

There haven’t been fours and quads or fours with fours in the middle. 

17.

There weren’t fours, six, or six with eight in the beginning. 

18.

There hadn’t been any fours before the Flood. 

19.

There didn’t have a fourth in the Flood, nor in any of Noah’s Flood.