Secrets in the Bible
Often we accept ideas - scientific or religious - not because we can prove they are right, but because we trust authorities that claim they are right.

3 ideas that make a difference when evaluating the Bible:

1 Calling the Bible a 'sacred' book originally meant to recognize it holds secrets; the idea that it contains the World of God and tells the truth came later.
2 The word 'religion', which comes from the Latin word 'relegere' and means 'to re-read', refers to reading the Bible time and again to discover its secrets.
3 According to an old tradition, someone who is enlightened is able to create a mystery that reveals its secrets many generations later. This is the case of the Bible.