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Are you ready for Conversation #5 in “Real Life Theology Conversations”? This week, you'll be exploring the fascinating topic of "How Did We Get Our Bible?" 📖 

The Bible is a collection of 66 books written over a period of almost 1,500 years. It's important to remember that the Bible wasn't written down all at once, but rather through a process that included three main steps: revelation, inspiration, and canonization. 

Have you ever wondered how the 66 books of the Bible were gathered together to become our Bible? The process of figuring out which books belong in the Bible is called "canonization." This is a big word, but it's fascinating to learn about! The people in ancient times who decided what books would be in the Bible used certain standards to measure the books, asking questions like, "Does this book contain the teachings of the apostles?" and "Has this book been used by the churches from the very beginning?" 

So, dive into Conversation #5 and learn more about how the Bible was put together! 💪 Don't forget to share your thoughts and questions with your family as you follow along with our guide. 

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📖 Join us for Conversation #5 of “Real Life Theology Conversations” as we explore the fascinating topic of "How Did We Get Our Bible?" Discover the process of canonization and learn how the 66 books of the Bible were gathered together to become our Bible. #BibleStudy #Theology 

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📖 Dive into Conversation #5 of “Real Life Theology Conversations” and explore the process of canonization that led to the creation of our Bible. Learn how the people in ancient times decided which books would be included in the Bible and join the conversation! 💪 #BibleStudy #Theology