The Bible is the word of God, the testament he left to mankind so that everyone can peer into it and search into the deep things of the Creator. Through it, we know our origins, we know how to move in the present and what the future holds.
From immemorial time, men have decided that they were the guardians of our father's word, and that only them could understand and explain the things that God decided to give to his children. But is this the thought of God? Paul tells us that there are not many wise in a fleshly way, not many powerful, not many of noble birth, but God chose the foolish things of the world to put the wise men to shame; and God chose the weak things of the world to put the strong things to shame.
The Bible does not belong to the scholars, the wise, the powerful, but to the humbles who truly seek to understand it. God did not choose a group of men in whom we must put our trust to understand his message, but it is up to each of us to make that effort.
On this site, chapters of the Bible will be regularly posted, starting from Genesis and finishing with Revelation (or Apocalypse, in Greek). Underneath each of them, you will have the opportunity to make your comments. From discussion, knowledge flows.
The version of the Bible that was chosen is the 2001 Translation that can be found on this website: www.2001translation.com. However, the Hebrew or Greek text are consulted upstream.
This translation use the name Jehovah as God’s name. For the reason why the translators chose to use that name, please consult that webpage: www.2001translation.com/Jehovah.htm.
The thought here is that the pronunciation of the name of God does not matter, otherwise he would certainly have made arrangements for it to persist through the ages; or is he not powerful enough for it? When Louis goes to Italy, he does not take offense at being called Luigi, and when John goes to Switzerland, there is good chance that he will be called Johannes. But in any case, it is the same people, the important thing is to know who we are talking about. Anyone who wants to call God Yahweh is completely free to do so and on this site there will not be any aggressive discussions admitted on this subject, there are many other issues that deserve attention.
With all my Christian love,
Baruq

List of biblical books
The Genesis


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