The basis of the Christian religion. Historians - Christian and non alike - have deemed the Bible as one of the most historically accurate accounts made available.

Most Christians believe in it's absolute truth. However, some sects of Christianity believe that the Bible has flaws.
"The Bible is truth."
by GinnyC October 29, 2008
Properly read, the Bible is the most potent force for atheism ever conceived.
I just read the bible, there is some really crazy shit in there.
by turkeyjerky01 May 09, 2015
That book that gets people kicked out of the library for putting it in the fiction section.
Sorry I can't go to the library today, I got kicked out for putting the Bible into the fiction section.
by The Final Facade November 23, 2014
A book which, though it has no observable evidence and often contradicts itself, is thought by many to be 100% accurate.

It's as if Harry Potter were believed to be true, only this time, Harry gets revenge by controlling the masses with his unseen magical powers. Oh, yes, and we can never see Harry, either, until it's too late and we're 6 feet underground.
Me: The Bible makes no sense!
Christian: Have you read it?
Me: Yes! That's why I know it makes no sense!

Christian: Read the Bible. It tells you that God answers all prayers.
Atheist: I prayed. He didn't answer my prayer.
Christian: Trust that he knows which prayers to answer, if any.
Atheist: O_o *Circular logic, anyone?*
by IceMetalPunk November 10, 2008
A thing republicans often confuse with the consitution.
Republican: We can't have gay marriage! God doesn't like it! It says so in the bible, which is our constitution!
Logical person: The constitution says we have a separation of church and state.
Republican: uh... Fuck you bitch! You going to hell cause you don't like Jesus!
by JakeRyan277 March 30, 2015
Better ass cleaning source than toilet paper or baby wipes.
Wow the bible completely cleared up the aftermath of my beer shits.
by Marty Chonks April 04, 2006
Named for the Greek word "Biblios" ("Book") and considered the Holy Book by both Judaism and Christianity (which--at least at its inception--was considered a sect, branch, or spinoff of Judaism named "Messianic Judaism"--regardless of whether it was considered apostate, not-necessarily heretical but still heterodox, or legitimate/orthodox). The parts of the Bible that Normative (Mainstream, Non Messianic) Judaism and Messianic Judaism agree on are the books of Torah, Nevi'im, and Ketuvim--often called Tanakh. Where Judaism and Messianic Judaism divide is the point at which the New Testament (called "Hadashah" for "New" or "News") is eligible to be considered as part of Tanakh (written by some Messianic Jews as "TaNaKH" to include "Hadashah"; written as "TaNaKh" by some Non-Messianic Jews).
A respected or admired book that is not considered a holy book or even a religious text may irreverently or flippantly be called a, or even the, "bible" of its field, subject, or topic of study or exploration. For instance, one might call "The Communist Manifesto" a name such as "The bible of the Far Left," since Communists are very Leftist and subscribe orthodoxly to Karl Marx's and Frederich Engels' ideology as written in "Daas Manifesto".
by Nickidewbear June 14, 2013

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