Who Wrote The Bible?

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Robert Beckford learned from the Bible on the knees of her mother and grew up believing that was literally true.

However, 20 years after its formation Baptist, Beckford is no longer so sure that “good book” is the pure word of God and unadulterated untouched by human hand.

To Beckford, who wrote the biblical themes more today than perhaps at any other time in living memory.

His journey takes him from Birmingham to the West Bank, Jerusalem, Turkey, and Rome to Bible Belt America.

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