The Holy Bible (King James Version)

The Holy Bible is a collection of sacred texts that is considered the primary source of religious teachings and moral guidance for Christians. It is divided into two main parts: the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament documents the history, laws, prophecies, poetry, and wisdom literature of the ancient Israelites, while the New Testament contains writings that document the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, the establishment of the Christian church, and letters written to early Christian communities. For Christians, the Bible is considered the inspired Word of God and is the ultimate authority for religious and moral guidance.