Where is bartholoomew in The Bible?
(Bar·thol′o·mew) [Son of Tolmai].
One of Jesus' 12 apostles, generally thought to be Nathanael. A comparison of the Gospel accounts shows that Matthew and Luke link Bartholomew and Philip together in the same way that John associates the name Nathanael with Philip. (Mt 10:3; Lu 6:14; Joh 1:45, 46) For details on this apostle's activity, see NATHANAEL.
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It is sorta the same. a devotional bible is a bible that helps you understand and pray about a section of the bible in you quiet time with God. and a study bible is more to get into the bible and study learn and understand it better and most study bibles have like definitions of words in the bible and stuff like that. great question.
Roman Catholic Answer The first Bible is the Jewish Bible, known to Christians as the Old Testament. The Christian Bible is, and always was, the "Catholic Bible". Jews of today, and Protestants have rejected what is known as the Deuterocanon from the Old Testament in their translations of the Bible. This is NOT the "Bible" that Jesus used, He used the Septuagint, which included all the books now contained in the Old Testament of the…