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scriptures, plural;
  1. The sacred writings of Christianity contained in the Bible
    • - passages of scripture
    • - the fundamental teachings of the Scriptures
  2. The sacred writings of another religion


  1. Bible: the sacred writings of the Christian religions; "he went to carry the Word to the heathen"
  2. any writing that is regarded as sacred by a religious group
  3. (scriptural) biblical: of or pertaining to or contained in or in accordance with the Bible; "biblical names"; "biblical Hebrew"
  4. (scriptural) written or relating to writing
  5. Scripture is that portion of literature deemed authoritative for establishing instructions within any of a number of specific religious traditions, especially the Abrahamic religions. Such bodies of writings are also sometimes known as the canon of scripture. ...
  6. (Scriptures) Religious texts, also known as scripture, are the texts and mythologies which various religious traditions consider to be sacred, or of central importance to their religious tradition. ...
  7. (The Scriptures) The Scriptures was Christian Death's fifth album and is seen as an essay on comparative world religions. The liner notes state that the work is "a translation of world beliefs by Valor. ...
  8. A sacred writing or book; An authoritative statement
  9. (SCRIPTURES) any authoritative source or reference stipulating practices and procedures; see PARTY LINE, PLANK, LAWS OF WAR, RULES OF ENGAGEMENT (ROE), READ-BACK, UNODIR, OVERSIGHT, NO EXCUSE, ZERO TOLERANCE, CHECKING THE DICTIONARY, WIGGLE ROOM, OFF THE RESERVATION, VFR DIRECT, NATIONAL ...
  10. (Scriptures) Another name for God's Word, the Bible.
  11. (Scriptures) Sarvamula Granthas · Sumadhvavijaya · Rukminishavijaya
  12. (Scriptures) The Jewish Bible, also referred to as the Tanakh. More or less corresponds to what non-Jews call the "Old Testament." See Torah.
  13. (Scriptures) Vedas Rigveda • Yajurveda Samaveda • Atharvaveda Divisions Samhita, Brahmana, Aranyaka, Upanishad Upavedas Ayurveda • Dhanurveda Gandharvaveda • Sthapatyaveda Vedangas Shiksha · Chandas · Vyakarana Nirukta · Kalpa · Jyotisha Upanishads Rig vedic Aitareya Yajur vedic Brihadaranyaka · ...
  14. (scriptures) In the Jewish Bible a miscellaneous category for books not belonging to either the Law or the Prophets: historical works, books of poetry and The Prophecies of Daniel.
  15. The scriptures are, quite simply, the Bible which consists of 39 books in the Old Testament and 27 in the New Testament. Each one is inspired, without error, and is completely accurate in all things it addresses. ...
  16. Guru Granth Sahib | Dasam Granth | Sarab Loh Granth | Bani | Chaupai | Jaap Sahib | Japji Sahib | Mool Mantar | Rehras | Sukhmani | Tav-Prasad Savaiye
  17. Invariably in the New Testament denotes that definite collection of sacred books, regarded as given by inspiration of God, which we usually call the Old Testament (Ti2 3:15, Ti2 3:16; Joh 20:9; Gal 3:22; Pe2 1:20). It was God's purpose thus to perpetuate his revealed will. ...
  18. 1)     Scripture or sacred writings are those collections of stories, poems, laws, annals, letters, love poems, prophecies and wise sayings which are regarded as sacred and necessary for salvation. ...
  19. The Prophet taught that the scriptures are the written records of revelatory experiences. He rejected equally the dogmas of verbal inerrancy, of "merely human" origin, and of allegorical excess in interpreting the scriptures. ...
  20. The 66 books of the Bible that is commonly agreed-upon by Bible-believing Christians worldwide.  See The objective Bible under objective.
  21. The Standard Works of the LDS Church (see Standard Works). Scripture is also the spoken word by the men of God, when moved by the Holy Ghost, which would include the President and the General Authorities of the LDS Church.
  22. Scripture plays a central role in deliverance ministry. Deliverance ministers are convinced that Scripture is the Word of God, both reliable and relevant. ...
  23. the bible. Believed by both Catholics and Protestants to be the ultimate source of religious truth. Protestantism regarded it as the only source of authority (sola scriptura), and believed God would enable right-minded readers to interpret it the right way. ...
  24. The name we give to the written word of God that we read in the Bible.
  25. Christian scripture is the Bible.  (See "Bible.") (2 Timothy 3:16-17)