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Perhaps a bit broad and "pollish", so it might get closed quickly. But it fits otherwise.
In “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”, what is the relationship between the numbers and the books in the Bible?
Focused on the meaning of the novel rather than on the Bible, so it would probably need to be closed on arrival. But I saw this when it was first asked (I monitor
bible questions across the network) and thought it could be moved to BH and edited to fit there.
Doesn't fit as the subject is the novel and the answer seems to be non-Biblical as well.
Maybe a good fit for Christianity? Probably not for BH, however.
This is a poor fit for StackExchange.
We've only identified a couple of them so far:
The Bible is probably one of the most historically significant books for the Western civilization, so it should be a worthwhile read for many a literature geek. In which order should it be read, then? ...
Are there different “versions” or “interpretations” of the Koran and (if so) how would a novice choose one?
The Koran isn't exactly directly related, but this has some really nice answers (if I may say so) and might be of interests to Christians learning about Islam, as the OP notes..?
I am a Christian who would like to know more about the Koran, but I don't know where to begin. I do know that there are many, many, many different versions of the Christian Bible, and each of them tends to have a slightly different purpose and/or "slant" (i.e. you can find anything from attempts at literal translations or inter-linear texts or academic translations or paraphrases, etc). ...
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