Listen&Learn: ScripturesJaksyn Peacock Posted by: Jaksyn Peacock
- widespread: found in many places
- deity: a figure that is believed to be responsible for the creation of the world
- moral: relating to virtue and goodness
- parable: a story that teaches a lesson
- civilization: a human society
- sacred: important to a particular religion
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- A scripture is a text that represents the voice of
a. the general population
b. a religious organization
c. one or more deities
- Scriptures often contain
- The scripture that has been translated most comes from
- Do you practice a religion? What are some of its laws and customs?
- Some religions have oral traditions instead of texts. Why is this an important difference?
Some of the most widespread books in the world are scriptures. A scripture is a religious text that is believed to represent the voice of one or more deities. Scriptures often contain moral teachings, laws, and parables. These texts are likely to be translated into many languages and sold in many countries. As early human civilizations became more advanced, they spread their religions through travel, trade, and war. The most commonly sold religious texts belong to the Abrahamic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Hinduism, Buddhism, and Sikhism also have sacred texts. The Christian Bible, which was originally written in Hebrew and Greek, has been translated into more than 700 languages. It is the most translated text in the world.
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