If the Bible is true word of God, then why are all the Bibles different?

Someone asked the above question on one of the now so popular websites that populate the internet. Here is our answer.

First, a question about the question: which “all Bibles” are different? What does it mean that they are “different?” In fact, there is only one Bible. There are different translations of the same Bible. These are translations into different languages, as well as various versions of a translation into one language. For example, there are plenty of Bible translations into English. The Old Testament is written in Hebrew, the New Testament — in common Greek. All translations of the Bible are translated from these two original languages. Different translations of one source do not mean that somehow we have different sources. It means just that: different interpretations of the same source.

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