How Many Pages Are There in the Bible?

how many pages in the bible?
What may appear to be a relatively simple question has, in fact, no single answer. For those looking for a general answer to the question, “How many pages are there in the bible?” the answer would be “The average bible has around 1,200 pages.” This is a general approximation and there are a lot of factors which can make the number of pages of a particular bible be much less or much more than this number. Anyone seeking a definitive answer to the question of the number of pages in the bible needs to realize that a combination of variables can come into play.

What books of the bible have been included?

If one were to take a look at the Catholic bible, for example, the additional books of the Apocrypha (religious texts not found in most bibles) would have to be included. The Apocrypha alone would add a substantial number of pages when compared to a standard bible, such as the King James edition.

While most bibles do not include the Apocrypha, they are at least comprised of both the New and Old testaments. Unfortunately, the rule does not apply to The Living Bible. This version of the bible only includes the New Testament. A bible of this nature would end up having far fewer pages. Since different bible editions include different writings, each edition differs in the number of pages it has.

The format of the bible

Bibles with no pages are more common than you think. In some circles, bibles with no pages are quite the rage. Electronic or digital versions of the bible, without any physical pages, can be easily acquired be being downloaded from the internet or shared via memory cards, CD’s etc.

But there are other factors that influence the number of pages found in any bible. Font, spacing, page width and height; margins and other print related issues would most certainly cause variation in the number of pages in a bible (and why most teachers make assignments by word count instead of page count). A large font, typed in bold and with double spacing would obviously require more pages. The opposite approach, using a small font with single spacing, would require fewer pages. The exact same bible with the exact same number of words will often have a different number of pages depending on how the publisher took these into account.

The specific version of the bible

Certain languages and translations will also impact on how many pages there are in the bible. Great discrepancies can occur even among similar versions. The King James Version of the bible may have more pages than the Revised Standard Version or the New American Standard Version.

Because the number of pages in different bibles varies so dramatically, the name of the book in the bible being referenced, the chapter and verse number help us to be “on the same page” when discussing a biblical text. Biblical scholars realized that different versions and translations of the bible could impede research. Page 20 of my King James Version may be completely different to page 20 of your more modern version. This would lead to confusion.

By slicing the bible into chunks, research can be more accurate. In fact, you can go to an exact phrase in the bible. It’s a system applauded by scholars.

On average, how many pages are in the bible?

If you took a run of the mill, everyday bible, and you managed to count all the pages, you would have the following:

The Old Testament has 929 chapters. It has 23,214 verses which comprise roughly 622,700 words. The New Testament consists of 260 chapters, divided into 7,959 verses or roughly 184,600 words. This would give our typical bible 1,189 chapters. These are made up of 31,173 verses and using a rough word count, this amounts to 807,370 words, although the King James Authorized Bible has 783,137 words.

Using a standard font, the average bible has around 1,200 pages. As a book, the bible is as thick as “The Lord of the Rings” and similar fantasy novel epics. The difference is that the bible contains history and philosophy, and can be used for spiritual guidance. And that, I believe, is the best answer you will ever get to this question.

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  • It doesn’t matter how many pages are in the bible, just the words in it. If you understand the words, you will be saved and not go to Hell

    • This is what I hate about Christians. Telling you you’ll end up in eternal torment if you don’t believe exactly what they believe. How sick in the head do you have to be to tell others that, especially children. if you want to believe, fine, go ahead. But stop trying to scare others into believing.

    • Why are those who are so into the bible always wanting others to go to hell? It a book. Nothing more and nothing less. You aren’t going to go to hell if you don’t read it any more than you aren’t going to turn into a wizard if you don’t read Harry Potter.

      • Christians don’t want people to go to hell. In fact, we want the exact opposite. It’s why we are called to evangelize. Think of it this way; if a Christian believes that if you do not believe, you will go to hell, how much do they have to hate you to not want to share the gospel with you?

  • It’s important to make sure you read the right bible. The only right bible is the King James version. Any other bible isn’t a true bible and it will tell you words that don’t come from God. This is important if you want to go to heaven!!!

    • Who chose you to decide which bible is correct and which is not. If you are going to take this stance, shouldn’t you be reading it in its original language and not English which is a translation? The translation, including the King James version, is not the true words of god because it is a translation.

    • This is the problem with religion. Everyone thinks their interpretation is correct and everyone else’s is wrong. There is a correct Bible? That means there are Bibles that are wrong. If a Bible doesn’t have the right number of pages, it’s wrong? That’s just ridiculous.

    • HisLight, I agree with what you’ve posted here. What I don’t understand, though, is why God waited until the 17th. century to produce the “true bible”. Can you shed some light on this for me?

  • Does anyone know how many pages are in the shortest bible and how many pages are in the longest bible? That’s the information I’m trying to find out, but it isn’t in this article. Any help would be appreciated.

    • The shortest bible would be a single page and the longest bible could be as many pages as someone would want to make it.

  • In order to properly read the Bible, you must be a true Christian. If you are any other faith or an unbeliever, then you won’t understand the words of GOD.

    • So, if you aren’t Christian, you can’t properly read the bible to find out if you should be a Christian. Only those who are already Christians are allowed to read the bible? Others can’t because they aren’t Christian even if they want to be Christian. That makes a whole lot of sense!!!!

      • This will depend on so many factors like the language of the bible. A bible written in English will be different than a Bible written in another language. The size of your bible will also influence this. Also there are different versions of the bible so this will all affect the number of pages.

    • If others need to know and that people feel they are the expert on the Bible. You have no more insight into what it means than any other person. Telling people that they can’t properly read the Bible because they are not Christian doesn’t make any sense at all. I feel sorry for all the people in your life for you pressure to look at things exactly your way instead of letting them have their own lives.

    • I’m an atheist and I’ve read the bible. I understand the words printed there perfectly and that exactly why I am a atheist.

        • “Atheism is a religion.” …because not believing in magic is a sure sign of being easily led.

      • So tell me, I need to understand this part, ” Genesis chapter one says God made created man, Genesis chapter 2 it says God formed man’s” help me if you perfectly understand this because in Genesis one there was creation in Genesis 2 creation of the same things🧐

    • Can’t we all just get along and not have to divide people into good or bad depending on our own particular religion?

  • I don’t think the number of pages in the Bible should matter to anyone. It’s the words of God, so everyone should read it no matter how long it is. If anything, we should wish there were even more pages so we could see more of what God wants us to learn. Since it’s the word of God, all Bibles are exactly the right number of pages.

    • lol…this doesn’t make any sense. Were you high on something when you wrote this? There are legitimate reasons people would want to know the number of pages n the bible although you may not understand that in your state of mind. If all bibles were the exact right number, they would all have the same number of pages. They don’t.

    • That’s it my dear,many people say what they say just for the sake of bringing down Christianity, and that’s an impossible thing.

    • Yes Tia you are right it may not matter to you, however I wanted to know how many pages, scriptures, Verses….
      Being that Holy Men of God wrote as they were moved by the Spirit.

  • I don’t understand why Christians can’t see by the simple fact that bibles have different numbers of pages and words that they can’t all be the word of god. It’s obvious that humans have influenced what is written in these books or they would all be the same number of words and the same number of pages. For anyone who thinks the bible can’t be fallible, this mere fact should make it apparent that the bible isn’t the word of god, but the words of people.

    • Some Christians don’t take the Bible to be the exact word of God. The words are left for interpretation to better the person who is reading them. You’re taking an extreme example that doesn’t apply to the vast majority of Christians.

    • I think that the important is not the length or the fact that many words have been changed, and that we don’t have the originals.
      In the Bible there is Guidance from God for those who understand it; there is no need for a clergy to come and canonize and decide the interpretation for the others.

  • I can’t believe that anyone would care how many pages there are in the Bible. It seems obvious that the number of pages would hand on which version of the Bible one was reading and how big the pages were in that particular Bible. There are so many variables that could change the number of pages that it’s a question that seems ridiculous to even ask. Why would anybody need to know how many pages there were in the Bible? It’s simply a question that doesn’t need to be answered.

    • Because someone asked me ‘are there more pages in Lord of the Rings or the Bible?’ It is a question that needs to be answered, dammit

  • The simple answer to this question is “far too many” — it seems like the people who decided to write the Bible had to reach a word count.

    • People didn’t write the Bible. The Bible is the word of God and people just transcribed through his words that they heard. It’s God who wrote the Bible.

      • This doesn’t make any sense. If people wrote God’s words, then it’s still people who wrote it and not God.

        • My dear brother.. God used man as a mediator to write his word’s through holy spirit he guided them..we are not worthy to comment on bible… Pls meditate on it..he will pour his blessings…

  • Not that the amount of pages really matters, but it is interesting to know. Like they say, knowledge is power and it is always good to gain a little more knowledge.

    • well i came on here to know since I’m an athiest literature nerd, and i study mythology and ancient religions and so on, so I am now starting to study the bible and wanted to know before hand…

  • I think a better question would be how many pages of the Bible is it important to read? A lot of the pages in the Bible are old and outdated, so it’s important to know which pages of the Bible to read to understand the word of God. I believe for your spiritual life this is a much more important question.

    • All the pages of the Bible are important. Each and every word is the word of God. You can’t just pick and choose when it’s God speaking to you, The answer to your question is every single page of the Bible is important.

      • If you can’t pick and choose, the Bible is a terribly sadistic book. People like to gloss over this, but if you read the pages literally, God is not a nice person. That’s why Christians have to be somewhat hypocritical. Anyone who took every page of the Bible at face value and as literal would not be a nice person.

        • God apparently dislikes anyone in the LGBT community. Doesn’t matter if you’re religious or not, that is no God. In fact, it more or less gives homophobic people an excuse to hate LGBT people. No real God would allow that, if they’re meant to be the “powerful and almighty” watcher we have.

          • We don’t have to “hate” the LGBT community, that is wrong. What we have to do is to give them the good advice; what they do is not right, but this doesn’t mean that we have to hate them. I hope they will realize that this life is nothing but a temporary place, and that homosexuality is deception.

          • Read Vicky Beeching’s book. She struggled with her faith and sexuality for a long time. She found peace and God and is still LGBT. There are haters, (mostly American Evangelicals( but she found the true nature of God in her reflections.

          • Beeching did not find peace and God, she seared her conscience through her continued enslavement to a moral abomination. To eliminate her guilt, she has found “peace” by suppressing the moral truth in her heart. This is not spiritual “peace” but moral suicide.

            You do not have to be a sodomite to commit moral suicide. Committing moral suicide is a way not to feel the moral pain — which is the guilt and inner turmoil — that comes with all sin.

            The truth is Beeching remains unrepentant but does not have the conscience to feel guilty for her truly extreme form of moral depravity. This means she has become a self-made psychopath. In turn, you have to be on that same morally demented road to defend her:

            24 Therefore God gave them over in the lusts of their hearts to impurity, so that their bodies would be dishonored among them. 25 For they exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen.
            26 For this reason God gave them over to degrading passions; for their women exchanged the natural function for that which is unnatural, 27 and in the same way also the men abandoned the natural function of the woman and burned in their desire toward one another, men with men committing indecent acts and receiving in their own persons the due penalty of their error. . . .
            . . . 32 and although they know the ordinance of God, that those who practice such things are worthy of death, they not only do the same, but also give hearty approval to those who practice them. (Romans 1)
            Wake up, this passage clearly describes you Ria. You and Beeching are both without excuse. You call us haters, but you hate the body of Christ—which in the end is an extremely unjust form of hate. I do not hate you, but I do hate the evil you defend. In turn, I do call you to Christ, which is the greatest form of lovingkindness toward you and Beeching that can be expressed by anyone on earth.

            Do not wrong me by calling me a hater.

          • Lolest….If any of your children/friends is a robber, do you hate them or hate what they do? Who tells you he is supposed to like everything we do, if indeed God is a person then he also has a right to like and to hate somethings. So you want a real God to do what you want all the way, love the things you do whether Bad! I find this funny,

      • True and untrue all at the same time. If the Bible was all we were supposed to rely upon what point is the Holy Spirit. We should always reflect on our world and try to find what God us saying to our current situation. God always has something new to say and something old to say. When we prayerfully reflect, God gives wisdom and understanding in our new context and world.

      • So you agree that women are property? That people can be enslaved?

        Leviticus outlines some horrible practices. Is all that the word of God? Is all the horrible, judgemental bs in the bible the word of God?

      • Not particularly, much of the old testament was written for specific events or groups of people. While yes you could probably take a lesson or something from almost everything in the Bible, it doesn’t mean every single page is specifically important.

  • My Bible has 1327 pages in it. That means that my Bible is better-than-average and is likely better than all of your Bibles!

      • I hope you didnt waste your time reading all of it and expect to learn about anything real. Darwin’s origin of Species is 502 page and that is just what we knew in 1859. Today given the DNA evidence, it would fill an entire library. Thats just on life and biology alone, not to mention several more library’s to cover the astrophysics of the universe. You can read the bible in about 70 hours. The truth that science has uncovered in roughly the last 200 years alone, you couldn’t even began to read in 70 years.

        • Well said. Question though: since it takes so much intelligence to understand all of this science how much intelligence did it take to create it?

        • it is not a story book to just be read in a few hours. we are commanded to “study” to show ourselves approved by god”
          righly dividing the word of god. it teaches you the personality of god and who he is and his plan for man, how to be saved. please read it again beginning with the n.t and then read the first five books of the o.t. and then the n.t. again. fill in the remaining o.t. books after all that. give it another shot for the sake of your soul.

          • I would normally follow the practice of privately correcting someone. At the same time iron sharpens iron so both sides can learn from this comment. Please accept this adjustment to the 21st C tech age of publicly posting.

            Linda, consider this. Licensed and unlicensed drivers. For those with a license, they took a test and passed. To pass they studied. That’s the law to become part of that Group. Did everyone do it exactly the same way? For example did they start studying at the same age? No, some were curious at five, some not until twenty-five. Also, some grew up with seeing it all the time others are from places where no one else did it. Regardless, there’s no law requiring everyone to study the driving manual.

            You mentioned, “We are commanded to study …”. What’s important to keep in mind is the “we” are those who already believe.

            Think back to when you first had the realization some day I’ll be big enough and be allowed to drive too.
            Where were you? Were you commanded to do it? I doubt it. Who was around and what did they say and do? If like almost every story I’ve ever heard it was a friend, someone you’ve know a long time, prepared but waiting for you to be ready. Knows that you don’t know but remains excited.

            Use that approach to share the Word.

          • Why would you recommend starting at the end of a book, then read the beginning, and sandwich with the end again? Does anyone truly read any other book this way? Or watch a movie by skipping to the end, watching the beginning, skip the middle entirely, and go back to the end? Is it possible this is a reason so many who claim to be good Bible Believers don’t even read or know their Bible? How can this not lead to confusion on major themes and subjects throughout the entire Bible. You can’t gloss over 77% of a book and claim to know anything about its 23% ending with any intellectual integrity. I would read the whole thing regularly if you want to know what the ENTIRE Bible should be teaching you, especially if it’s your first time reading it.

        • If you could only replicate what happened in the chemical soup in the lab such that a cell appears I will believe in evolution, has anyone come close?. So you believe that a soup made a cell!! have you any ideas of things that are in the DNA and how chance cannot be responsible for it’s formation. I read all materials in life without judging so that I learn more but have you read the Bible to understand it?
          So now science is running to that fact that life was brought here by an intelligent being!
          At this point the Bible makes more sense to me than the theories.

      • Mine has 1548 does that mean mine is better, lol. No, my other one has more, because of it having larger print. There’s no one exact amount unless they are made from one printing company. I own KJV and still everything written is a promise. And is true, you SEE God had sent many miracles in mine and my children’s lives.

  • I think Bible is the most important book in the world. If you want to know your real year of born,then the Bible has 66 books subtract your age from it and then add 50 to it and you will get your real year of born

      • It doesn’t matter how many pages the Bible have, it’s good to know for educational, the Bible that you have in your home just read it, don’t worry about the number of pages , the Bible is the #1 book in this world you can’t compare it with any other books, you can read it from Genesis to revelation and you still want understand it, The Bible is design for us to read over and over as long as we live here on earth, the more you read it God will give you the understanding of it.
        There is no ending to ready the Bible.
        Praise the Lord.

  • Listen y’all. Do you see how ridiculous you’re being? Someone thought they’d be helpful and answer the question “how many pages are in the Bible on average” and bitches out here tryna start Bible competitions and slam christianity like it’s the only religion with flaws. Get a grip and a life. Yeesh

  • The difference is that “The Lord of the Rings” contains a good history and philosophy, and can be used for spiritual guidance. But using just one source, I believe, is the worst way to find true and useful answers. God is not even an answer, but a ridicules excuse.

      • The Bible was not made based on one man’s story but many. Many people saw the miracles of Jesus and lived to tell them to their descendants and all of the chapters that were written were arranged by this process called canonization (The “canonization” of the Bible was the process of recognizing which books were considered Scripture by the people of God.) and not chronologically, so few texts which could have been relevant now may not have been added to the bible and have been lost due to canonization and perhaps if those texts were available Christianity could be more believable to atheists. Also, it feels good to live for a cause rather than just making money to die, the sense of hope and faith in the afterlife gives the human mind pleasure and calmness. Hopefully, this helps and don’t forget better to be prepared than dead.

    • Morten, Lord of the Rings is a novel written by JRR Tolkien, and therefore has no real history except to support the fiction. Tolkien was also a committed Christian and has admitted integrating many Christian themes into his work. So any “philosophy” you perceive is based on Christian principles.
      BTW, Tolkien’s friendship with CS Lewis, a famous mathemetician, was a factor in Lewis’s conversion from atheism to Christianity. Perhaps you too, would want to investigate thoroughly before completely wasting your opportunity during this life to know the truth.
      If I am wrong about my faith, what is my cost? after 70-80 years, I end up in the ground with you. If you are wrong, you spend eternity regretting you did not make a wise choice while on earth. Can you afford to make a mistake on this? Are going to gamble with this, without doing some kind of due diligence. Lewis, a math scholar did, trying to prove it wrong, and in the end made a choice to believe.

      • I was deeply saddened and disturbed to read of your lack of faith and atheism mentality. I have this thought to share with you. what do you have to loose? if you chose to live your remaining days as a true Christian and you obey god’s plan of salvation he has promised to give you a reward greater than anything you can imagine. if you continue on your own without any obedience to god’s requirements to be saved the terror and suffering ahead of you is also beyond anything man can read about or imagine. if you lived your life god’s way and he did not exist you would still have a better life than you would if you never believed any religious ideas. what will a man give in exchange for his soul? what will a man gain if he gives his soul to god? to saten? it is not too late for you. as long as there is life there is hope. after death it is a sealed deal. your deeds run ahead of you to judgment day waiting for you when you have not repented or been forgiven. I challenge you to read the new testament completely. then read the first five books of the o.t. then read the n.t. a second time. the power of the word of god will convince you.

        • If you are living a life of love, not persecution, a life of understanding, not hate, a life devoid of bigotry, racism, and allowing others to believe as they will, a life devoid of anything old testament, living the life according to your savior; (as he specifically pointed out that he was the new covenent) a life that does not impose your beliefs on others, our political structure, and you don’t attempt to indoctrinate children that know no better,
          then peace be to you. Believe away.
          If you are guilty of trespass by infringing upon us nontheists, or our children, by undermining our right to live as we see fit, by crossing the line on a single one of these guidelines, your hypocrisy will be your downfall.

      • I’m so tired of you slimey religious folk saying, “what have you got to lose”. Just because you are too afraid to admit you were wrong for the past 80 years doesn’t mean I’m just going to buy your bullshit hook line and sinker. We know for a fact that the Bible is an acculmination of many stories that were “divinely inspired” in many different authors and assembled into a book. These stories are not the first of their kind and their “philosophy” as you say come from stories before them. Troupes have been taken from other stories such as the immaculate conception, the resurrection, the death for atonement. Just because you are reading the most recent batch of stories don’t make them anything more than that, stories.

      • If you are wrong, you wasted your only 70-80 years of existence hoping for an afterlife instead of truly living now in the present.

        • Wasted, how? What you do and I don`t do? Do you go exploring nature? I do the same. Do you drive cars? I do the same. Do you have fun? I do the same. Do you have a family? I do the same. Do you visit exotic places? I do the same. Do you enjoy the night sky? I do the same. Do you love? I do the same. Do you… etc. I enjoy this life. Believing in God it doesn`t block me in living this life beautifully. What is this claim of yours? Your sentence only shows me how wrong you see God and Christians.

      • Regardless of belief, the Bible does not have “real” history either. The historical account of the jews is disputable and scholars have gone as far as to argue that they were actually natives of Canaan.

    • Its only ridicules in this world. Wait, is there another world? Ask the man, found in the book of Luke, how ridicules this excuse is. He wanted Abraham to send someone to warn his brothers not to come to this other world, where the spirit lives on. Spirits of whom? The people who think God is an excuse. Oh, by the way, the man has been wanting some water for at least 2000 years. He probably thought God was an excuse too.

    • Your answer is the redicules. Yeah, great history of Middle Earth & hobbits vs the actual earth with real people & places like Augustus Caesar, Nero, Egypt, Rome, Greece, Israel, & Syria.

    • The truth as the Lord has so often revealed to us is that He has written on all peoples hearts the truth of His existence and in all people’s consciousness the understanding of good and evil, but He says it best as He provided for us His word…

      For the word of the cross is folly to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.

      They show that the work of the law is written on their hearts, while their conscience also bears witness, and their conflicting thoughts accuse or even excuse them (Note you don’t have to be told killing, stealing, lying, cheating is wrong, as you’ve never felt the need to justify with words when you’ve told the truth, but feverishly try to explain when caught in a lie, or cheating, etc)

      The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy One is insight.

      if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For with the heart one believes and is justified, and with the mouth one confesses and is saved.

      Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

      And just as it is appointed for man to die once, and after that comes judgment, so Christ, having been offered once to bear the sins of many, will appear a second time, not to deal with sin but to save those who are eagerly waiting for him

      * It’s not a choice of beliefs equally capable of leading you to some mythical after-life experience devised of men and women whose corpses decay, but of Heaven or Hell (note try having a party with your friends in molten lava), created by He who created everything, and who lives, having defeated death and having never decayed but ascended.

      I can and will pray for you, but you must choose for yourself to accept the gift of salvation freely given by the Living God as He spoke…

      For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast (no amount of acts of contrition or Hail Mary’s or philanthropy or incense, and neither the circumcision or birth rite will open the door. It is a gift. Open to Romans 10, speak the words and believe the truth already written on your heart.

    • God is a ridiculous excuse…for what? He is not ridiculous once you encounter Him – I think this is what makes all the difference, if not for this reality in my case and that of millions of others, I’d likely find myself agreeing with you totally, in spite of my Christian upbring, which definitely wasn’t enough to convince me of His existence, much less His involvement in my life in and of itself.

    • Oh the things I witness. You are part of a 14% non believing bracket where the world is continuing to grow with knowledge of who God is. But hey, it’s nice of you to share your uneducated belief.

  • Bismillah, By the will of God, Our Creator Maker, Lord of the Worlds, Master of the day of Judgement, Its educational Sir, please continue Sir, Thanks,

  • Thank you for the quickest and coolest answer I got and never imagined I’d get on # of pages in bible… your comparison at end … 100% … BEST EVER !!! sO thanks again.

  • It is not “how many pages are in the bible” we have to worry about, it is the many ERRORS, hundreds of CONTRADICTIONS and the many FALSE PROPHECIES in the Bible this is what a wise man should worry about.

    God is not the author of confusion, He Almighty will never give wrong information, will not change his mind, will not lie.

    The Bible which we have today is NOT the Word of God

  • No, it’s not. You neglect to split the page count into Old and New Testaments, which is a pretty huge omission after all of those stats.

  • The answer to my question was not a good question. The number of pages in the KJV Bible is dependent on the size of the bible and the size of print. Several answers were 1231. If one were to ask the number of Books Chapters and Verses in the KJV Bible, the answer is pretty well established. Sola scriptura is the most accurate account of Biblical

  • I pray that the Holy Spirit will visit with You Morton and change Your mind before You pass from this life into the eternal life. There is a life after this life. Please just go to a library and read a Holy Bible ,if You don’t have one, it can literally save YOUR life.
    Pastor Paul Sims , Alabama

  • Lmao not only have I learned I’ve read more words of explicit fanfiction in the last 2months than there are words in the bible, but also some people in these comments need to chill tf out (even if it is kind of entertaining to read through all these heated debates).

  • All I can say is 31,173 verses are all PROMISES from God and are all my promises living Holy or not. Either way we all need to do as God commanded us to do and be Holy people.

  • The “Lord of the Rings” contain about 1,000 more pages than the “Bible”, about 2,500 pages. The one “Book to Rule them All!!!”

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