The Bible deals with many vital and basic human questions here are some examples:
Who am I?
Where did I come from?
Where did the world and universe come from?
Where did evil and suffering come from?
How can I have peace with God and with other people?
What is my purpose in life?
Well I think that the Ten Commandments are the basic rules that every human should live by.
But no human being can tame the wagging tongue. It is restless evil, full of poison. James 3:8
According to the book of Genesis, Adam was the first human. However, the bible is a work of mythology and should not be taken literally. The actual first human would have evolved about half a million years ago at a time when names had not been invented, and so remains nameless.
By "the holy text", I assume you mean the Bible, which contains the earliest knowledge and experience and relationship with God, as human experience and memories.
God is God, so worship God, don't worry about what people think of it. It is a basic human right to love and worship God.
Yes the bible has the answer to absolutly any proble that could face us today I.E murder relationships, sex, money, work porn,raoe everything. message me on wiki if you need help finding a verse on something.
Type your answer here... fundamentai geography deals with five basic theme which are location,place,human environmental interaction,movement and region.
All the authors of the bible are human.
The human condition deals with all the concerns of being human. It deals with concerns such as the meaning of life, the sense of curiosity and the search for gratification.
The branch of science that deals with human memory is neuroscience. Also there is psychology which also deals with memory.
No such thing as a basic human right.
The branch that deals with human organs is anatomy.
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There are five different themes of geography. The theme that deals with physical and human characteristics of an area is Human-Environment Interaction.
The cell is the basic unit of the human body.
Both deals with human beings