Answer The Holy Quran, Holy scripture of book ( Catholicism )and the Holy scripture of Tora were the revelations of God Almighty to mankind.
The primary Holy Book of Christianity is the Bible, aka Holy Scripture.
The Good Book and Holy Scripture
The closest thing to a holy Book in Ancient Greece was the Iliad.
Sikhs consider the Guru Granth Sahib Ji to be holy scripture.
The holy book , or gospel.
Yes, Isaiah is included in the Tanakh.
Islam considers the Qur'an is its Holy Book. It is a revealed scripture. Angel Gabriel narrated it to Prophet Mohammed and he recited the same.
Such a book or books are said to be "Holy Scripture".
One of the tenants of the protestant reformation was "sola Scriptura" which means according to scripture alone. The bible is the one and only book recognized as holy by protestants.
Buddhists don't really have a holy book however they do have a book that has the Buddhas teachings in it called the "Pali Cannon". If you are looking to buy one stop on amazon and they have all sorts of variations of them!
AnswerNo. The Quran is the holy scripture of Islam, believed by many to have been revealed to Muhammad by the angel Gabriel. The Bible is the holy scripture of Judaism and Christianity.The Quran does assume that much of the Bible is fact, and it seems to have been based on the the earlier holy book.
Basically, each religion has its own holy books - that is, books which at least the corresponding religion considers to be holy. For example, Christians consider the Bible to be holy (both the Old Testament and the New Testament), Jews consider the Old Testament (or parts of it? - I am not quite sure) and the Torah to be holy books, muslims consider the Quran to be holy scripture, and BahÃ¡'Ã­s consider anything written by their founders (for example, the Most Holy Book, the Book of Certitude, and many others) to be holy scripture, etc.
The name given to Sikh's sacred scripture is 'Sunskrit.' It is the language in which the Guru Granth Sahib Ji (the holy book) was written in by the 10 Gurus.
The Adi Granth is the first (adi) book (granth) in the Holy Scripture of the Sikhs.
Dean Ireland's Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture was created in 1847.
Iran has a Muslim majority; their holy book is the Quran. Of course, Iran also has followers of other religions; thus, for example, the believers in the Bahá'i Faith (the largest minority in Iran) have the "Most Holy Book" as well as other Holy Scripture; while Christians have the Bible.
The Bible itself contains a number of references which answer this, either referring to the whole Bible or part of it. These would include: Scripture, Sacred Scripture, The Word of God, the Word of Truth and probably many others. Additional Comments: You can say holy word, holy scriptures or holy book.
The Holy Bible, and the Good Book.also 'God's Word', 'The Word of the Lord' or even simply, 'Scripture'.
The Holy Bible is from God and is the scripture of Christianity.
There is no Scripture that mentions Holy Thursday.
The holy Qur'an.
The holy scripture of Sikhism is Guru Granth Sahib Ji.Please not that outside Sikhism the sacred writing is called Holy Scripture but within Sikhism it is not seen as holy scripture but is treated as living embodiment of Sikh Gurus and as such treated as a Guru.
The "canon" of scripture refers to an authoritative list of books accepted as Holy Scripture such as the Old and New Testaments of the Bible.