Bible

It's a mysterious book that in its day was believed to contain all human knowledge. But why did medieval people believe that the author sold his soul to the devil to be able to write it?

The "Devil's Bible," a behemoth volume weighing in at 165 pounds, believed to have been produced by a single monk over the course of decades in the 13th Century, is the focus of a documentary that was featured on the National Geographic Channel.

Who was the primary author? Was there more than one author? And if so, then who were they? What were their thoughts? Why are some of the passages in the bible seemingly contradictory in terms of authorship? Why did they include certain things and exclude others?

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