Holy Scriptures

Holy Scriptures (also know as Holy Books) are the Texts which various Religious traditions consider to be Sacred, or central to their Religious Tradition. Many Religions and Spiritual movements stands that their Sacred Texts are Divinely revealed or inspired.
The three Abrahamic religions (Jews, Christians and Muslims) share most of the Sacred Books and traditions, having in common the devotion to the only GOD of the Patriarch Abraham. The Sacred Texts of the three monotheistic religions by definition are the most translated and studied books in the world, but because of the numerous language passages, and the consequent different interpretations and alterations from the original, their message has often been misunderstood. In this session ASH proposes its translation of the Sacred Texts.

The greatest gift that GOD has given humankind is the Bible.
(Abraham Lincoln)


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Tanàkh is the acronym for the Holy Books of Judaism, the twenty-four books of the Masoretic text also known as the Hebrew Bible. Almost all of them correspond to the Old Christian Testament, sometimes called "the Old Covenant".

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The term Bible means "collection of Books", and is the collection of the 72 Sacred Books of the Abrahamic Religions (according to the referring Canon). They differ in origin, composition, language, and dating, and have been written over a very large period of time, preceded by a long and difficult to identify oral tradition.

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The Qur'an means "the recitation" and is the Holy Book of the religion of Islam. It refers to all the Sacred Texts of the Jewish Canon (Old Christian Testament) and the New Testament considered as the last revelation of GOD for the World.

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Interlinear Translation
Interlinear Genesis
Exodus Interlinear Hebrew-English
Leviticus Interlinear Hebrew-English
Interlinear Numbers
Interlinear Deuteronomy
Interlinear Psalms
Holy Scripture Narration

Apocryphal Books

Who can determine what is canonical and what is not, what is right or wrong to read… Let us expand our knowledge also with the help of fundamental books, although they were not unanimously recognized by the various religious congregations. Seek knowledge and let GOD be the only One to guide each person towards the Truth.

Useful Links:

Bible Hebrew Interlinear (OT)    Thanks to scriptures4all.org
Bible Hebrew-English    Thanks to chabad.org
Bible Septuaginta LXX Old Greek-English    Thanks to biblehub.com
Bible Vulgate Latin-English    Thanks to vulgate.org
Holy Quran Arab-English    Thanks to quranful.com
Holy Quran Trasliterated-Arab-English    Thanks to corpus.quran.com