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THE BIBLE IN 58 WORDS


holy-bibleIf I had written the Bible I wouldn’t have bothered with the Old Testament. It’s full of violence, immorality, superstition, errors and assorted nonsense. Throw it out.
And I would reduce the New Testament to two paragraphs and just 58 words.
“Jesus was a preacher who was born around 4 BCE. He said you will feel better if you are nice to people. Help the poor, treat people fairly and forgive their mistakes. Do this and you will be happier and the world will be a nicer place.
Jesus is dead now but what he said remains good advice.”

Wouldn’t the world have been much better off with Bill’s Bible? No slavery, no witch burning, no exorcising demons, no killing gay people, no Crusades, no suicide bombers, no religious wars… The list goes on and on.
What a difference a book makes.

By Bill Flavel

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2 comments on “THE BIBLE IN 58 WORDS

  1. samuel lastborn
    March 13, 2015

    N how will us knw wat he taught. Let the nonsense remain for the poor in heart to read

    Sent from my Windows Phone ________________________________

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  2. PHABIAN PAUL
    March 15, 2015

    Can Atheist be able to define the word “good” in the light of Atheism?

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