Saturday, January 26, 2013

Bible beyond fictional nature


On what basis do you consider Bible context as beyond fictional nature?

Since Bibles in generally are printed paper, if someone challenges that:

God stated in Bible is no more than a fictional story character written on paper who creates another fictional story with fictional characters called 'man', how would you disprove it?

Additional Details

Are you trying to prove that Bible context is of fictional nature by referring to 39 books and recently discovered Dead Sea Scrolls written by people as well a few Papyrus manuscripts?
Can a story written on paper or spoken as word of mouth, etc prove a step beyond fiction?


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