Anatomy of the Bible – An Insight Into the Bible

April 30, 2020 0 Comments

Anatomy of the Bible is a new book by Dr. John Shelby Spong, Jr. that analyses and explains every part of the Holy Bible. In this book, the reader gets to see each part of the Bible and the author explains the relationship between each part and the other parts.

Spong is an outstanding researcher and he not only gives us the history of each verse, but he also explains how those verses are related to each other. He explains in detail the historical context and how the parts are used as a whole for that specific time and place. It is thus a remarkable work that has been getting a lot of praise from people who have read it.

Dr. Spong takes us back to the original language to the times when the scriptures were created. As he goes back in time, he also introduces us to the various letters of the alphabet. And to make it easy for the reader, he writes his research in a way that if you memorize the verses, then he can remind you about what letters have what meaning. This is how Anatomy of the Bible is going to help people learn the Bible in a simple way.

After the chapters on the titles and stories of the books are introduced, we are taken to the KJTET of King James Version. This edition is considered to be the most accurate one because Spong took time to learn every word and to find the correct spelling. He points out the errors of the KJV and shows why some words should be omitted.

Another chapter is devoted to the Aramaic language and the stories of the Joseph and Mary stories from the New Testament. The topics of Mary and Joseph also feature in Anatomy of the Bible. The Mary story involves Mary Magdalene, who is taken by Jesus to be with the Apostles so she can prepare for the birth of Jesus.

The KJV and James Bibles have many stories that feature in Anatomy of the Bible and many Christians enjoy the story of Jacob and Esau. This chapter also tells about the story of the Jewish disciples.

Spong explains the part of the chapters in KJV and James Bibles and how they differ. Thus, if you do not know how the chapters were formatted in the KJV, then you will have to read Anatomy of the Bible to know the difference. From then on, you will be able to read the KJV and get the desired understanding of the biblical passages.

It is best to read Anatomy of the Bible if you have not heard of the KJV and James Bibles before. This book explains the differences between the various editions of the scriptures and the ways to translate them into your native language. If you want to know how the bible was translated and used by the early Christians, then this book is a great resource for you.