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comment Is there a published version of the Bible, where the text is ordered chronologically in the order it was written?
Ah, I see. Thanks Frank!
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comment Is there a published version of the Bible, where the text is ordered chronologically in the order it was written?
Out of curiosity, where does the book of Job fit into the historical timeline. I seem to recall hearing that it was suppose to be one of the oldest books in the Bible. Maybe I just incorrectly recall what I heard or I guess it could have been stated as one of the oldest stories of the Bible, meaning it had been passed down by word of mouth for years before it was transcribed.
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