4First, a Little Exercise
5Think of a favorite Bible verse (for example, my theme verse is Psalm 94:8: Understand, O dullest of the people). 6Add the numbers together (example: 94+8=102). 7Multiply them by two, for the two testaments in the Bible (102x2 =204). 8Substract 66 for the number of books in the Bible (204-66=138). 9Take the square root, just because it is fun (11.74). 10You know what it means?
12This little exercise is, like my high-school attempts at romance, an …
I’ll give you four choices:
The Bible is…
A. A supernatural book that fell from heaven and is different from every other book.
B. A seriously weird rule book for the stark and somber among us.
C. A divine reference book with the answers to all of life’s problems.
D. A little too much like your grandmother’s scrapbook for comfort.
And the answer is…well, believe it or not, D! But we’ll get to that. The great – and tricky – thing …
Are there questions about the Bible that you’re afraid to ask? Well, maybe you aren’t afraid, but you have a friend, or a friend of a friend, who has some questions he’d rather not share publicly just yet.
This is the place for you, because here we’re interested in questions about the Bible. We’re especially interested in questions that stick their noses into the Bible’s business — asking about where it came from, what it means, and what it is …