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Answered: What does the longline represent in the niv bible

Do you mean the timeline that goes from creation to the authoring of Revelation?

Answered: Www.broadmanholman.com how many times does the word God appear in the

That depends on the translation you are using. in The New Internation Version, the word God is used 2,725 in the Old Testament and 1,244 in the New Testament for a total of 3,969 times.

Answered: What scripture tells us of a eagle speaking in the HOLY BIBLE

In revelations, those are cherubim's and Serphims , angels!

Answered: Best Study Bible

The best study Bibles that I have come accross are two in particular. The first one is found at this site: http://www.adventistbookcenter.com/Detail.tpl?sku=9780984137107 . It has maps, great concordance, egw commentaries, tables, book authorship analysis and Bible studies. I personally have this ...

Answered: What book in the bible is story of judas in

Do you mean Judas Iscariot? Betrayed Jesus for 30 pieces of silver? Try John 13; 18-30
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Site for King James Version of the Bible

There's a New King James version from 1982 that may be easier to understand: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_King_James_Version

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Who in the bible said to god you will not be able to lie for adam nor eve

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Bible (n.) early 14c., from Anglo-Latin biblia, Old French bible (13c.) "the Bible," also any large book generally, from Medieval and Late Latin biblia (neuter plural interpreted as feminine singular), in phrase biblia sacra "holy books," a translation of Greek ta biblia to hagia "the holy books ...