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The Bible and the codex initially took shape within a Roman Empire that stretched from Syria to Scotland. Greek and Latin were the literary languages, and by fourth century Christianity was the state religion. In the early Middle Ages individual nations began to emerge, with their own languages, cultures, and religious traditions—orthodox Christian, heretical, and pagan—all influencing the ways in which Bible and book were perceived and produced. Still, the concept of "empire" continued to haunt ambitious leaders who saw faith as a way to unite their diverse subjects. Disseminating a religion of the Word involved both finding interpreters to preach in local languages and teaching people sufficient literacy for reading and copying texts. Missionaries often used a written version of the spoken language while different sounds required the creation of suitable scripts.
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The individuals listed below are Christians (past and present) who are passionate about their faith. Some are recognized pastors, scholars and teachers of Bible prophecy and eschatology (study of end-times) who also belong to various denominations. Also listed here are those from pseudo-Christian organizations (so-called Christian groups that adhere to doctrines outside mainstream Christianity).
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With over 3,200 answers to frequently asked Bible questions published online, approximately 75% of the questions we are asked already have answers available to you instantly . We offer several options for finding the answers to your questions. You can search our site , which does a search of all of our articles based on the search terms you enter. You can browse our Top 20 most common Bible questions and Top 20 most visited articles , which together account for around 15% of the questions we are asked. You can look through our Frequently Asked Questions Archives , which divides questions and answers based on biblical categories. You can examine our What's New section to find out what articles have recently been added to the site.