guess that you havent read my testimony about my KJV but I will gladly give it again.<quoted text>
Actually, the onus is on you to prove it. Its the Catholic Church's Bible. They get to define it and interpret it. They wrote it, compiled it and printed it.
You got guts butting in and telling them how to read it. Heck, you don't even know if its authentically written by the Apostles? Unless the Apostle Paul told your Grandpa to tell you the 27 books in your KJV Bible are authentic?
For the record, the Bible does not say Mary gave birth to ANYONE but Jesus Christ.
Other than that, you'd be correct in saying that the Bible does not detail her entire life.
when i was first saved, the Lord woke me up and told me to call cathie and when i did she started crying and telling me about her dad, who was not well.when i walked out of my home, the Lord told me to take my Bible that I would need it.when I walked into the ICU, kessler was making a lot of noise and having a hard time breathing. and God told me to kneel and place one hand on him and the other on my Bible. when i began to pray, the Power from that Bible flowed into me and thru me into him.he then began to breath better and settle down.
my kjv was proven to me that day by God, i need no more, and I dont use any other, tho I have a jewish Scripture Bible, and it is in alignment with my kjv.
and for the record, the bible doesnt say that Mary remained a virgin her whole life either. and the fact was this. they were Married, and not to have had more children would have been a sin in the eyes of the lord, and mary was a good jewish woman and loved the Lord so she would have hand many more. the women were commanded by God to multiply, to fail to obey God would have been a sin,now if you love God and mary, you wouldnt want her to be a sinful woman, would you? and to claim that she remained childless you infer that she lived in sin