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The Bible is a canonical collection of texts treated as the scripture by Christianity and Judaism and as a sacred text by Islam.
Bible or The Bible may also refer to:
Film and television
- The Bible: In the Beginning, a 1966 Italian-American religious epic film
- The Bible (TV series), a 2013 American religious television miniseries
- The American Bible Challenge, a 2012 American religious game show
- bible, any book or written work that is considered authoritative in its field, e.g., the 1978 programming book The C Programming Language is often referred to as "the bible of C programming"
- Bible (screenwriting), a reference document for screenwriters to ensure consistency within an ongoing television production
- Rubber Bible, an informal name for the 1914 reference book CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
- The Bible (band), a 20th- and 21st-century English rock band known for their songs "Graceland" and "Mahalia"
- The Holy Bible (album), a 1994 studio album by the Welsh alternative-rock band Manic Street Preachers
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- bible, another name for the omasum, the third compartment of the stomach in ruminants
- Bible Hill, Nova Scotia, a Canadian village in Colchester County of Nova Scotia
- Dana X. Bible (1891–1980), an American athlete, coach, and administrator
- Lee Bible (1886–1929), a race-car driver notable for land-speed record attempt
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