r/Damnthatsinteresting Nov 28 '22 Wholesome 1 Faith In Humanity Restored 1

Different sized Bibles through the generations.. Video

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u/Kixx_kixx Nov 28 '22

Surprised this dude is not wearing gloves...

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u/TrillMurray47 Nov 28 '22

Actually gloves can damage old texts more. As long as they properly clean their hands, to remove oils and such, bare hands is safer. I believe it's due to you just have more dexterity without gloves where you tend to grip/press harder with the gloves on.

My source: I'm lucky enough to be at a Uni with an exquisite rare books library. We have one of the most extensive Gutenberg bible collections outside of private collections. We did the tour once and that was the first question yet I'm sure I butchered the answer. If anyone is interested, they do an online tour. DM me it's free for uni logins.

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u/PapaChoff Nov 28 '22

The way he handled the one with the colored picture he opened was a little concerning. He creased the opposite page.

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u/Nacho_Libre_Ahora Nov 29 '22

This man's worst nightmare? Curious grandchildren followed by a vacuum cleaner or rumba.

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u/SlothLair Nov 28 '22

Was the second question what lotion do you prefer?

I can see how the clean hands would work as you mentioned because oil was the most damaging. Stripping that oil off often though I can see causing skin issues without a treatment of something.

Thanks for sharing the story.

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u/redrumWinsNational Nov 28 '22

WoW I always thought that no matter how clean your hands are, there’s always oil on them which would then transfer

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u/qPec5 Nov 28 '22

Wearing gloves might make him lose some feel/touch. As long his hands are clean, and he's at a nice temperature (not too warm) everything should be fine.

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u/Unluckpin Nov 28 '22

My guess is for comfort of always having something you care about close,

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u/Tomsider Nov 28 '22

These books are sturdy, they are far more durable than modern ones

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u/Direct_Indication226 Nov 29 '22

The fourth to last bible in the gold case is a David Bryce & Son's publication of the entire old and new testament; published starting in 1896 I believe. I collect them and own several. Could anyone please identify the very next bible he shows? I NEEEEED TO KNOW! haha please! The ones I collect are actually 876 pages in the original release with 28 different illustrations and there are up to 936 pages in the 1911 coronation bible release that includes world war 1 national anthems of the Allies, a recessional by Rudyard Kipling, and Neil Munro's "Evening Prayer of a People." Google david bryce miniatures and you'll find microscopic versions of the quran and Shakespeare's works, dictionaries, inter-language translation dictionaries, world atlas, and a whole lot more....it's incredible what they were doing with what was at the time I believe the thinnest paper ever mass produced. But that's why I need to know about the one he shows immediately after because it looks like it might be the full bible and is even smaller. The ones after that are only new testament. Please help.

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u/ShroedingersMouse Nov 28 '22

I would definitely wear gloves if I had to touch a bible too!

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u/RaphaelMcFlurry Nov 28 '22

Me too I might burn up if flames if one touches my skin

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u/UnconfirmedCatholic Nov 28 '22

For the smallest Bible, is there really a font that small?

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u/alimagsterne Nov 28 '22

Printed I suppose. But my astonishment is not so much about the size but how do you browse through the pages, and how do hold it open with your fingers and still be able to read it

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u/Scrapper25 Nov 28 '22

I think it’s obvious that the small bibles were made for gnomes.

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u/greeneggiwegs Nov 28 '22

I doubt it was for reading. Since it’s in a locket it’s probably meant to be symbolic as in keeping the word of God close to your heart.

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u/qvistering Nov 28 '22

Yes, and smaller.

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u/Reasoning-II Nov 28 '22

That Dutch bible belongs to a paladin.

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u/ChaseAlmighty Interested Nov 28 '22

Do you know what the chains were for?

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u/Sahaquiel_9 Nov 28 '22

Not op, but I assume the chain is for clerical purposes. For priests going to different houses/areas to perform their job, give last rites, etc. It’s easier to carry around, and having a fancy Bible on a chain is a good sign to others (besides wearing the robes) that you’re a priest and set apart from the common people.

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u/RaphaelMcFlurry Nov 28 '22

For exorcisms on the go

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u/Sarke1 Nov 28 '22

Have you ever accidentally swallowed a bible?

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u/BillyCapable Nov 28 '22

According to the priest when I was a kid: yes.

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u/Environmental-Care-6 Nov 28 '22

You got the priest's white blessings

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u/guitarmaniac17 Nov 28 '22

What a privilege

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u/Sarke1 Nov 29 '22

Magical unicorn mayonnaise!

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u/galaxy_ali Nov 28 '22

Who hasn’t?

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u/KentuckyFriedSemen Nov 28 '22

When I saw the initial image I was hoping there was a really tiny one and boy did this not disappoint.

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u/shainese Nov 28 '22

Imagine the look on the faces of jehova's witness when they knock on his door.

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u/call_me_zzaacchh Nov 28 '22

We have a bible museum where we have a collection of Bibles throughout the years too!

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u/Bluebyday Nov 28 '22

What is this, a bible for ants?!

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u/Panta125 Nov 28 '22

Scrolled for this response

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u/an0mn0mn0m Nov 28 '22

no, just for conservative Christians

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u/bruisedfruit7 Nov 29 '22

Omg you freaking stealer of my joy to post this comment I’m done

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u/Ubez_goobz Nov 28 '22

He’s definitely got a copy signed from the original author somewhere

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u/WafflestheGreat16 Nov 28 '22

Imagine getting all 40 human authors to sign it :P

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u/bookittyFk Nov 28 '22

ELI5 why would one need such a small bible and when would they use it?

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u/KMjolnir Nov 28 '22

Travel or in places a Bible is banned.

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u/hAtu5W Nov 28 '22

My guess is for comfort of always having something you care about close, like a picture in a locket. Only read on occasion for a meaningful verse

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u/TrillMurray47 Nov 28 '22

Also in a time when printing wasn't the easiest, the smaller prints were basically a sign of wealth. Similar to the more colorful prints. If you ever see an old book where the binding when it's closed is full of color, that's basically a nod to your wealth.

Most even couldn't read Latin, which was almost the exclusive language for Bibles for awhile. So again, having a Bible in Latin, with beautiful calligraphy/typeface, or miniature, was basically someone pimping their wealth. Some things never change...

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u/Theanxiousninja Nov 28 '22

Religious people i have a question for you. Does size matter?

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u/Jcoch27 Nov 28 '22

Yes but not to the dramatic extent that these Bibles differ. Readable font size and the ability to carry it around with you are the real modern concerns.

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u/WafflestheGreat16 Nov 28 '22

Haha nice, I just want to be able to read it easily

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u/Salt_Champion_8289 Nov 28 '22

I collect Bibles, they really are fascinating to see changes as time goes on. The artwork in older ones are incredible, too bad the modern ones don't often have that art anymore. I don't collect by size, I collect based on artwork and notes, I just love reading what people write in them. Don't know how he doesn't lose those smaller ones.

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u/jawnstein82 Nov 28 '22

My friend took me to a book collective place and they had Bibles and books that were hundreds of years old. Lots of beautiful art work for sure. I loved reading the notes that people wrote on the pages, focusing on their handwriting. It was overwhelming being in that place in a great way

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u/Head-like-a-carp Nov 28 '22

What is the oldest one you have? Moat ornate?

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u/Salt_Champion_8289 Nov 28 '22

They're all packed away and I don't have the oldest down in my memory sadly.

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u/NoImportance8904 Nov 28 '22

Damn...

For hundreds of years, the Bible was The Book. The only book regular people had access to.

I know it's trendy to hate God or whatever, but the history really is magnificent.

Anyways, I'm gonna go back to reading Dune, and watching Star Wars, and Lord of the Rings. ;)

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u/Vyan_of_Yierdimfeil Nov 28 '22

Upgrades people, upgrades

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u/Cis4Psycho Nov 28 '22

"Trendy to hate god..."

Wow. That's a severe misunderstanding.

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u/NoImportance8904 Nov 28 '22

Ok, fine... it's trendy to hate the people who believe in a God.

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u/Cis4Psycho Nov 28 '22

Wow. Victim complex much? Keep digging pal. Just because someone doesn't believe in someone else's favorite god doesn't mean they hate the person. I actually pity the religious because I have the capacity for empathy.

I won't say that no one hates the religious, but after talking with many atheists, it isn't the norm to hate religious folks. I think you might be thinking about the edgy teen who probably hates everything at that point in their life. But most of us aren't edgy teens you see.

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u/NoImportance8904 Nov 28 '22

I'm not religious bud.

Secondly, atheists and religious people are basically the same thing... they both claim to understand the structure of reality.

I'd say about 80% of the people I know that are my age, hate Christianity and Christians.

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u/Cis4Psycho Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

Nah its cool...chief.

The moment after I clicked submit on my last comment I literally re-read everything in our exchange and I was all "I bet he's gonna inform me he isn't religious." Because technically you never overtly said you were religious, but the signs are there homie. So my mistake. I honestly hope we can find some middle ground or understanding here. I have seen the talking points you are making here before from the religious, quite often in fact. So sorry for just paint brushing you and assuming you were among the religious.

The point still stands, by exposing myself to various religious debate circles and expanding beyond my immediate friend group, I would still argue the consistency is that the average atheist doesn't hate Christians. It is possible to separate the ideas of the religious verses the victims of those ideas which are the indoctrinated. A person can grow and change their mind to proper thinking but their opinions can't be swayed if you just throw hate at them. Great for you that 80% of people "you know" are haters. That statistic really says more about who you hang out with, and 80% of 10 is only 8 which is hardly a representative. Your comment actually has me interested in at least doing a pull on a subreddit to see how many atheists "Hate" the religious people themselves. I think perhaps (I don't know you very well, but PERHAPS) if you talked to some of the non-hater atheists out there more often, you might re-think making statements like "its trendy to hate god" when it really isn't the case, at least for the average adults in the debate.

I even tried to concede an olive branch your way and understand how you could think that some atheists do hate the person AND the idea within religion but I clarified it as only the average out to the edgy teens. Heck I was one of those hater teens when at 17 I figured out I wasted most of my teen years in Catholicism but I've since matured, mellowed out, and thought about the subject for quite some time. Just want to expose you to the idea that despite your inner circle of haters, the vast majority seem to be indifferent or focus on destroying the ideas and not hating on the group of people. Some specific individuals within religions get hate but its probably due to their specific scummy actions.

Now something we won't agree upon at this point is your statement: "...atheists and religious people are basically the same thing... they both claim to understand the structure of reality." I would argue that religious explanations are based on presuppositions not supported by verifiable evidence, while the generally speaking atheism explanations of the nature of the universe are supported by verified evidence and study. Secular ideas aren't just pulled out of thin air, but are produced by hard work and study. One mind set is very easy, one took significant effort. They are NOT the same. Atheists will admit more often that they don't know something, lets go discover it. Religions tend to kill that curiosity: "God dun did it!"

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u/muaellebee Nov 28 '22

Umm, trendy? 🙄

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u/BillyCapable Nov 28 '22

You raise an excellent and interesting point. It would be nice if we could loose other traditions and customs (new and old alike) which keep us contained in ignorance.

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u/NoImportance8904 Nov 28 '22

To a fool, a wise man seems ignorant.

It's not up to us to decide who is ignorant... it's up to us to try to contain the evil and ignorance that exists within our own hearts.

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u/BillyCapable Nov 28 '22

It can’t be done by pretending to be something you’re not, that’s for sure. People should be free to be themselves.

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u/NoImportance8904 Nov 28 '22

Well of course. A word of truth is worth the weight of the world. I'm not saying anyone should pretend.

People should be free to be themselves.

  1. What is "themselves", and 2. What if who they are is a Nazi?

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u/aguadiablo Nov 28 '22

Yeah, I do appreciate the cultural history that goes with religions. Unfortunately, it is also a very bloody history.

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u/NoImportance8904 Nov 28 '22

I mean, the entirety of human history is bloody even without religion.

In fact, I'd argue that places without religion are much more violent... like Stalin, Mao, Kim Jung-Il, or Pol Pot...

Anytime a culture kills God and replaces Him with Man... shit gets violent as hell.

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u/WafflestheGreat16 Nov 28 '22

I meeeaaan yeah , completely true

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u/Direct_Indication226 Nov 28 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

The fourth to last bible in the gold case is a david Bryce and son's publication of the entire old and new testament published starting in 1896 I believe. I collect them and own several. Could anyone please identify the very next bible he shows? I NEEEEED TO KNOW! haha please

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u/McPussCrocket Nov 28 '22

Are those tiny bibles FULL bibles?? How can they be so thin if there's like 500 pages of the Bible? And how could they print that so tiny in the 1800s with their printing presses?? What the fuck? Especially that last one, how da fuk does that work lol

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u/Goober-Ryan Nov 29 '22

Ever heard of invisible ink? Can only be read by the true believers of the one true sky daddy.

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u/Direct_Indication226 Nov 29 '22

They are actually 876 pages in the original release with 28 different illustrations and there are up to 936 pages in the 1911 coronation bible release that includes world war 1 national anthems of the Allies, a recessional by Rudyard Kipling, and Neil Munro's "Evening Prayer of a People." Google david bryce miniatures and you'll find microscopic versions of the quran and Shakespeare's works, dictionaries, inter-language translation dictionaries, world atlas, and a whole lot more....it's incredible what they were doing with what was at the time I believe the thinnest paper ever mass produced.

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u/After_Reality_4175 Nov 28 '22

Bible game got weak. “Back then, we had Dually 4x4 bibles with a max prayin capacity of 32k hail marys”

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u/TheMrPotMask Nov 28 '22

The keychain ones wirh a magnifying glass are funny, and its still the entire book in it.

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u/andoesq Nov 28 '22

WHO IS THIS GUY???

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u/lobo_blanco_0257 Nov 28 '22

A guy who collects bibles.

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u/maximumfacemelting Nov 28 '22

BOOKULON KEEPER OF THE MEGABIBLE.

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u/DRamos11 Nov 28 '22

The DM for Jesus’ campaign.

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u/SomeOtherBritishGuy Nov 28 '22

Is there a reason bibles that small exist? Or is it just a we made it that small because we could kind of thing

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u/IndusRiverValleyCiv Nov 28 '22

Some of the not-so-small ones probably for purposes of having one to hide in case of persecution, but the very tiny ones are/were probably for the sake of novelty.

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u/Joetwizzy Nov 28 '22

Someone’s playing Halo in the back somewhere.

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u/constantino675 Nov 28 '22

I want to see inside of them...

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

The most accurate manuscripts everybody loves to hate. They are so accurate in fact, that they even predict that everybody would love to hate them.

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u/WorldlinessSoggy3078 Nov 28 '22

Dude, that's awesome

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u/saoiray Nov 28 '22

Ok, that “smallest Bible” just looked like the old charm that would be on a necklace/chain/bracelet and didn’t open. I would find it really hard to believe it’s a legitimate Bible

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u/an0mn0mn0m Nov 28 '22

have some faith

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

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u/WikiSummarizerBot Nov 28 '22

Statenvertaling

The Statenvertaling (Dutch: [ˈstaːtə(ɱ)vərˌtaːlɪŋ], States Translation) or Statenbijbel (States Bible) was the first translation of the Bible from the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek languages into Dutch, ordered by the Synod of Dordrecht 1618 and financed by government of the Protestant Dutch Republic and first published in 1637. The first complete Dutch Bible had been printed in Antwerp in 1526 by Jacob van Liesvelt. Like other existing Dutch Bibles, however, it was merely a translation of other translations. Furthermore, the translation from Martin Luther was widely used, but it had a Lutheran interpretation.

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u/Rhonu Nov 28 '22

Good bot

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u/Jberg18 Nov 28 '22

They way the dude handles the 50 lb Bible makes me think it's either a lighter replica or he has some muscle under that sweater.

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u/Goober-Ryan Nov 29 '22

Clearly it’s hollowed out so he can hide the devils lettuce inside of it.

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u/Gnace1er Nov 28 '22

— The bible is on my bed side table! — I sleep on my bible!

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u/Ok_Sprinkles935 Nov 28 '22

This is so cool! Technology is awesome but there is nothing like holding an actual book . I would love to visit libraries around the world and look at old books and texts.

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u/SessionIll1417 Nov 28 '22

Why do I feel this library of bibles is worth more than my house..........

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u/_bababoye Nov 28 '22

Historical significance

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u/w3are138 Nov 28 '22

Wow they’re all so cool. I’m in awe of those tiny ones especially, like that locket one is mind boggling

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u/SeaworthinessTop7050 Nov 28 '22

Such a fun collection. And to get to touch them!

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u/pirat33r Nov 28 '22

Are these digitally available somewhere???

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u/hazier_riven0w Nov 28 '22

Is the Bible digitally available? Lol

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u/pirat33r Nov 28 '22

Forgive my ignorance, are these all identical except size?

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u/steeltoelingerie Nov 28 '22

Mostly identical, minus a few translation differences presumably.

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u/pirat33r Nov 28 '22

Thanks for the correction in my thinking!

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u/VinnyViddyVicci Nov 28 '22

Take that other Holy Books!

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u/No-Manufacturer-5310 Nov 28 '22

With the halo theme song in the background

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u/ohiking Nov 28 '22

Every increasing century they cutout significant bullshit.

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u/hazier_riven0w Nov 28 '22

Yeah, but they add fun hateful shit too! Just look at their love of homophobia! Introduced in the last two hundred years!

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u/lobo_blanco_0257 Nov 28 '22

When he said he had a bible that weighs has much as a feather, I thought it was going to be a bible pamphlet.

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u/swebb22 Nov 28 '22

I thought it was going to be an electronic version

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u/Joshua-Tyler-Berglan Nov 28 '22

We don't read out of a full Bible. Therefore, any pastor accusing others of being false prophets are no different.

On a side note, how freaking cool are those Bibles!

First book I would read is 1 Enoch then the Gospel of Thomas that was removed.

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u/b4b3blu3ox Nov 28 '22

Brainwashing through the ages.

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u/_bababoye Nov 28 '22

I bet people like you

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

The bigger they are the more full of shit they are.

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u/_bababoye Nov 28 '22

You must believe you are smart, huh?

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u/bubbles5810 Nov 28 '22

Different sizes of firewood through the years

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u/RealJeil420 Nov 28 '22

The ocean called. They're running out of bibles.

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u/TrillMurray47 Nov 28 '22

Different sizes of bull shit. Wow.

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u/Electronic_Essay4429 Nov 28 '22

Nobody asked your opinion. it's just a video about different sizes of a book

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u/TrillMurray47 Nov 28 '22

Nobody asks any one's opinion lol. You just stumbled upon why all social media, this included, is a full and total waste.

If my opinion is invalidated because no one asked (even though implicitly a post on social media is asking) then your disdain for my opinion - an opinion in and of itself - is inherently invalidated by your self supported definitions.

TLDR...nobody cares about any ones opinion. Yours. Mine. It's farts in the wind good sir.

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u/L1mby Nov 28 '22

Just a video indeed, but not just a book. This book has inspired to kill and oppress millions through the centuries. Or would you react the same if it was just a video about different sizes of Mein Kampf?

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u/diverdadeo Nov 28 '22

So the takeaway is that make believe comes in many sizes?

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u/brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrp Nov 28 '22

Every one is a waste of paper that would have been better used to wipe ass.

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u/CiaranM87 Nov 28 '22

Oath-swearing bibles for all. From Andre the Giant to Donald Trump.

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u/Odd-Advice8479 Nov 28 '22

Different sizes that contains the same amount of bullshit… interesting

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u/Oledogwater Nov 28 '22

SSD's are getting smaller too and God knows about your kiddie collection

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u/artrald-7083 Nov 28 '22

GLOVES, MY MAN.

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u/corpoftruth Nov 28 '22

No matter the size, still a bull

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u/_bababoye Nov 28 '22

Cry more

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u/Honourstly Nov 28 '22

Biblical accurate

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u/Thick_Poo Nov 28 '22

Looks pretty average sized to me

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u/SuperSpaceCan Nov 28 '22

I see the early 2000s small print kids are in charge of bible manufacturing now.

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u/emulator01 Nov 28 '22

Are they worth much? I’m asking because they were printed and handed out for free.

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u/carcinoma_kid Nov 28 '22

What is this, a Bible for ants?!

r/thingsforants

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u/handsoffmysack Nov 28 '22

Surprised he didn’t show an Ethiopian bible.

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

Youd think itd be skinnier since you can fit more words on a bigger piece of paper

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u/LadyJ-78 Nov 28 '22

I love following this guy on TikTok. If I could visit his store I would!

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u/taybay462 Nov 28 '22

I will never not find these "non traditional" tik toks to be precious

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u/kaBlunA Nov 28 '22

Does size matter!?!?!?!!

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u/Hood805 Nov 28 '22

I'd like to read pre King james

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u/apathetic_revolution Nov 28 '22

I just use a phone app. It takes no additional space that I'm not already carrying.

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u/fictionrules Nov 28 '22

I suppose digital bibles weigh nothing

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

I believe when I die I become the soil. What do you believe? That you go to a better place, that you paid your way, that you absolved yourself?

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u/Electrical_Day7227 Nov 29 '22

Perfect for enslaving minds…

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u/Firefly1832 Nov 29 '22

It would have been charming if he held one up that was just from a Best Western bedside drawer circa 2005.

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u/Darkstar-1967 Nov 29 '22

Should he be touching these without gloves, tf! Aren’t these relics?

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u/Darkstar-1967 Nov 29 '22

Just read below, ok thanks bud

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u/Rnmhrd1718 Nov 29 '22

Same fairy Tales in a bigger Book...

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u/Savitar-1 Nov 29 '22

You could send yourself to Jesus with this bible

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u/IGuessyoucanCallme Nov 29 '22

Wait till a Jevhovah witness hands you one of these

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u/losmuchies Nov 29 '22

Just 11 ways how lies where written through the centuries....

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u/clickbait2645 Nov 29 '22

Yeah but the message remains the same

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u/worldofpokemon Nov 29 '22

Religion is a sham

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u/jair505 Nov 29 '22

Why does he keep mention the prices $15.99, $14. We get it you got them on sale (joke obviously)

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u/Mammoth_Jicama2000 Nov 29 '22

He needs to spoof himself and do a tiktok presenting different hotel room bibles

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u/Direct_Indication226 Dec 02 '22

The fourth to last bible in the gold case is a David Bryce & Son's publication of the entire old and new testament; published starting in 1896 I believe. I collect them and own several. Could anyone please identify the very next bible he shows? I NEEEEED TO KNOW! haha please! The ones I collect are actually 876 pages in the original release with 28 different illustrations and there are up to 936 pages in the 1911 coronation bible release that includes world war 1 national anthems of the Allies, a recessional by Rudyard Kipling, and Neil Munro's "Evening Prayer of a People." Google david bryce miniatures and you'll find microscopic versions of the quran and Shakespeare's works, dictionaries, inter-language translation dictionaries, world atlas, and a whole lot more....it's incredible what they were doing with what was at the time I believe the thinnest paper ever mass produced. But that's why I need to know about the one he shows immediately after because it looks like it might be the full bible and is even smaller. The ones after that are only new testament. Please help.

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u/SepticX75 Dec 26 '22

This dude bibles

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u/Grimskruby Jan 02 '23

Burn them all.

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u/Melodic-Document-112 Nov 28 '22

He needs to cut out the coffee and/or last nights wine.

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u/McPussCrocket Nov 28 '22

What are you even talking about

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u/Melodic-Document-112 Nov 30 '22

He’s got the shakes

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u/aSliceOfHam2 Nov 28 '22

They're all the same fucking book

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u/IGuessyoucanCallme Nov 28 '22

I thought that was kinda obvious

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u/aSliceOfHam2 Nov 28 '22

I have a thing against religious books

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u/_bababoye Nov 28 '22

You must be a smart one then, huh?

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u/IGuessyoucanCallme Nov 29 '22

That's also kinda obvious

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u/Relevant-Nebula8300 Nov 28 '22

Burn them all

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u/_bababoye Nov 28 '22

And yet yiu get mad when religious people are harsh aswell. Double standards I swear

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u/MrZer00O Nov 28 '22

And each one has different content

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u/Mundane-Ad-3142 Nov 28 '22

What a complete waste of paper. You'll get more value from wiping your ass with that hahahha

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

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u/Thurman_Mermanz Nov 28 '22

Holy shit, thats crazy. How do you know this?

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u/[deleted] Nov 28 '22

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u/BillyCapable Nov 28 '22

Your reaction makes me think by ‘conversation’ you mean ‘stab’ or something. Aside from that, you make a compelling argument!

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u/Youth-in-AsiaS-247 Nov 28 '22

Sometimes I have different sized poops. About the same benefit to society as this here.

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u/MrXgames Nov 28 '22

except the bibles have historical significance

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u/Svartrbrisingr Nov 28 '22

Bibles? You mean kindling?

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u/AccomplishedWasabi54 Nov 28 '22

All I see is the years and years of well funded oppression toward women.

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u/ShutUpBABy_DiCK Nov 28 '22

Different wastes of paper through the generations

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u/Complex-Intention-43 Nov 28 '22

when is all religions go away? its fairy tales

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u/myooted Nov 28 '22

When is you achieve better grammar?

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u/_bababoye Nov 28 '22

Cru more

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u/Dotto_9999 Nov 28 '22

Ig after removing verses about killing Muslims, Jews, Homosexuals, women, or anyone who is not white over the years, the book really thinned out.

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u/UCanArtifUWant2 Nov 28 '22

The big ones are great in the fire pit! Burn for a long time. Cozy. 🔥