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What Jesus Said About The Bible

Jesus often quoted the Jewish Scriptures. He used them to create curiosity, break traditions, and answer questions in a way that penetrated hearts, stirred thoughts, and even angered the religious leaders of His time. Not only did His statements about the Bible challenge the thinking of His time, but His words also continue to raise questions in the minds of many today.

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