posted on Jun, 29 2008 @ 06:37 AM
Yes I have read the bible, several of them in fact. KJV, Catholic, Apocrypha, Quran, Mormon (and the book of Mormon, D&C, Pearls of Great Price), JW,
and some others. I have read the old testament and the new testament several time.
I guess I would sum it like this...
If you make it through the historical books after them is isn't so hard to read. It's like a combination of Stephen King meets the Miracle
It has murder, mystery, incest, magic, demons, love, disaster, horror, ghosts, cops (Romans) and robbers. Not any cowboys though. A few of the
characters can be like vampires and are quite scary people. There is ghosts, angels, talking donkeys, walking on water, kings, queens, and a God that
will strike you dead if you make the wrong move. So all in all it can be a good read, if you keep and open mind. At one point in a couple of the
books (i.e. The Book of Luke, etc... ) in this book the murderer (Barnabas) gets off scot free, which is not to much unlike today's court system.
Zaimless, "The White Tygress", gives it a 4 star out of a 5 star grading. You have to be a reader to enjoy it because the plot is not quite stable
and the book is quite lengthy, and you really don't have a firm ending where you know what happens.