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Bible Reading For The Mildly Curious


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I frequently encounter people online who are interested in reading some of the Bible but don't know where to begin.

 

Well; I suggest the little books of Ruth and Esther. They're brief and they're entertaining. And afterwards; maybe just enough chapters of Matthew and Luke to get a first-hand look at the Christmas story. For some people: that's more than enough Bible to satisfy their curiosity.

 

Q: Where can I get a Bible?

 

A: Bibles can be purchased at any well-stocked book store like Barnes & Noble.

 

Christian book stores are another source and can usually be found listed in the Yellow Pages along with regular types of book stores.

 

If you're okay with used books, you might prefer shopping for a Bible in a second hand store like Good Will and Salvation Army.

 

Amazon dot com is a really good source for Bibles.

 

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