Pope Francis: ‘Bible truth is a book’

The Pope is facing criticism from a leading evangelical Christian after he suggested a book published by a publisher he has not endorsed is a “bible” and is therefore “not really a book” but rather “a book about the Bible”.

Francis was speaking at the annual meeting of the World Evangelical Association (WAIA), an organisation that promotes evangelical Christianity worldwide, on Tuesday.

Francis said he would not like to be accused of being “a Bible fanboy” for buying a book by evangelical publishers such as the New Testament Institute and Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN).

“I have said many times that I am a Bible fan, that I read it.

But I think it is also a book,” Francis said.”

So it’s not really a Bible.

It is a bible.

I am not a Bible lover, but I am an evangelical.

I love this book, but there is a difference between a book and a book about God.”‘

It is not a book, it is a Bible’Francis says he is not bible fanboy.

But critics said Francis’s remarks, in which he said he “had not read the book” and “could not say for sure if it is really a bible” and therefore not a “book”, are a major embarrassment for WAIA.

“It is a shame that the Pope would think that he has the right to say something so offensive and in the extreme, even blasphemous,” WAIA president and spokesman Peter Johnson told the Associated Press news agency.

“He has not read it and has no idea what it is about.

The Pope should be ashamed of himself for saying this.”

Bible Truth Publishers (BTWP) says it is not the author of the book and was not even aware of its existence.

Its founder and president, David Auerbach, said the book was not a bible and is in the public domain.”BTWP has never published any book of ours, and we have never published a book that anyone could claim is a scripture,” Auerbucheau said.

However, it said the Vatican had requested it to remove the title of the paperback, which he did.’

The Bible is a true work of art’Francises statement has provoked a fierce backlash from evangelicals, who are also critical of Francis’s comments about a recent study showing that “biblical truth” is not just a book but rather a “work of art”.

Francises remarks are also being condemned by the World Council of Churches (WCC), which has called on Francis to retract his comments.

“The Pope’s comments are in direct contradiction to the teachings of the WCC and the Catholic Church,” the WCA wrote in a statement.

“They contradict the teachings and teaching of the Holy Spirit, who taught the truth of the Bible.”

Pope Francis is facing an internal Vatican investigation into his comments on a recent Pew study that found more than half of the world’s 1.2 billion Christians believe the Bible is the word of God.

The Pew study found that 62 percent of evangelicals believed the Bible was the word that God sent to Jesus, while 42 percent said it was not.

“As an evangelical, I have always had an interest in the Bible and its message of love, peace and grace,” Francis told WAIA on Tuesday, referring to the book of the Apostle Paul.

“I believe the Christian faith is the true faith, and I am happy to work with those who want to understand the true meaning of the Christian message.”

However, he added: “I am not the only one to find it difficult to be able to say that the Bible’s message is the truth.”‘

I am a book lover, I love it’Francism is a movement that originated in the 1960s in Argentina, which is home to some of the most conservative denominations in the world.

Its adherents believe that Jesus died for the sins of the Romans, that the Jewish Messiah is the son of God and that Jesus was the messiah of all Jews.

The movement’s followers say that Jesus, who died on the cross to redeem humanity, is the Son of God, who is the first born of God to be born in the earth.

“God has given me a new commandment.

I’m the son, not of any one person, but of all people,” Francis, who has called for a “New Jerusalem” for Christians, said.

Francises comments have prompted a number of responses from people across the globe, from evangelical leaders to the Pope himself.

“A new interpretation of the Hebrew Bible has appeared, and this is a new and dangerous interpretation of our Lord Jesus Christ,” said Cardinal Bernard Law, the archbishop of Buenos Aires.

“Bible truths are a book.

If the book is a ‘bible’ then so is the ‘bibles’.

If the Bible has no God, then it is nothing.”‘

A new understanding of the Jewish message’The Pew survey