The New Testament is a history book.
It tells us how Christians came to be.
And it tells us what happened to us when we were no longer Christians.
It is a work of fiction.
It describes the Christian Church’s rise and fall and how it was able to survive for more than 1,300 years in the face of persecution.
And the only way to know what will happen to us in the coming centuries is to read the Bible.
That is why it is called the Bible and that is why there is such a push for Christians to read it.
That said, I can say with certainty that the Bible is not fiction.
The Bible is the word of God.
It has been translated into almost every language, from Greek to Hebrew, from Aramaic to Arabic.
It can be read in any language.
It was a book written by people who loved God and knew God, who loved each other, and who loved their neighbors and loved their children.
It’s about the love of God in a world filled with sin, misery and violence.
The book is a sacred text and we are called to read that sacred text.
The reason we need to do so is because the Bible, as written in Hebrew, is the only book we have in the world that gives us the gospel, the story of Jesus Christ.
We can only hope to know more about God in the Bible by reading it, but we must do so with an open mind.
When I was a boy, my mom and dad read the Hebrew Bible to me as a young boy.
The Hebrew Bible was the only sacred text I had in my life.
As I grew up, I began to understand the significance of that experience.
I was taught the importance of prayer and of faith.
And I began learning the Bible in Hebrew.
It helped me to understand how God loved us and how God had called me to be a son of God, a brother of God and a disciple of Jesus.
It also taught me that the only true church was the one that embraces God’s Word and teaches the Bible to all.
I also began to see that the church of God has been a Christian community for more then a thousand years.
It began in Jerusalem in the fourth century B.C. The church is the remnant of the early Christian church.
The oldest surviving church in the Old Testament, the Jewish synagogue, dates back to about the fifth century B, and was founded by the apostle Peter, who was an apostle to all the nations.
The Jews were the first people to worship God in Jerusalem.
They were the people who built the Temple and founded the Christian community of Jerusalem, the city of God at the center of the universe.
Today, there are more than 700 churches in Israel.
And these churches were founded as a result of the Jewish people’s religious awakening.
The Jewish people were able to understand that God was a divine being who was willing to offer sacrifices to God, but that God also loved his people and loved all people.
He wanted them to live a holy and righteous life.
And he was the first to worship Jesus Christ in Jerusalem as the Savior of the Jews.
They then built the First Temple and built their first synagogue, the Hagia Sophia.
They founded the church and synagogue of Jesus in Jerusalem and then the second temple, the Dome of the Rock.
The Church of Jesus was established in Jerusalem from about the first century A.D. to the first year of the reign of King Herod, and it was called the Temple of Solomon.
That temple was built on top of a mound of rocks in Jerusalem to hold the bones of the prophet Jonah and to mark the place where God would descend from heaven to judge Israel.
The Holy Land was a place of peace, a place where people were persecuted, but also where God was being merciful and caring toward the persecuted.
This was a land of promise and peace.
Jesus Christ, the Son of God who died for our sins, came to redeem the world.
The people were called to be disciples of Jesus and to be followers of the gospel of Jesus who would be a God for them and a Savior for their race.
So the church grew in Jerusalem until about A.E. 50.
It then spread throughout the entire Middle East, where it became known as the Christian world.
It spread to the East, to the Arabian Peninsula, to India, Pakistan, China, Sri Lanka and to other parts of the world, from Australia to the Philippines.
It became known in some places as the Third Temple.
The Temple was then destroyed by the Romans.
The city was burned to the ground and then, when the Jews were able, the temple was rebuilt.
The temple, which had been the seat of worship for centuries, was restored to life and began to offer its services to the people.
The synagogue, which is the oldest synagogue in the Christian tradition, was