One of the most confusing aspects for Jews and Christians alike is that there are perceived contradictions between the various Bibles. Both groups have different beliefs within their own base religions, let alone the differences from one religion to another.
There is only one Bible. There is only one word of God. There are many translations and interpretations of the various books of the Bible. There are other writings that some consider holy. On this page, we will strive to show how the differences are actually clear but that they all point to the same conclusion, that there is one holy word of God and that the word is protected in a way unlike any other book in history.
We use two versions of the Bible here: the Complete Jewish Bible and the King James Version. That’s not to say that other translations are not worthy. It’s just our preference. Here is Luke 17:26-27 shown in both versions:
26 Also, at the time of the Son of Man, it will be just as it was at the time of Noach.
27 People ate and drank, and men and women married, right up until the day Noach entered the ark; then the flood came and destroyed them all.
~ Complete Jewish Bible
26 And as it was in the days of Noe, so shall it be also in the days of the Son of man.
27 They did eat, they drank, they married wives, they were given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark, and the flood came, and destroyed them all.
~ King James Version
The differences are clear. Check this page often as we are expanding on the explanation. As we build this site, many pages will be published incomplete to allow us room to grow the site appropriately.