Many may think this subject matter is absolute nonsense and a big waste of time but the fact remains thesame. However, some view the bible as "A biblical references to family lines, virginity and fear of God were relevant cultural concepts in biblical times, but they have little relevance in the Twenty-first century." while many holds the opinion that "The bible was outdated even before it was printed for the first time." Do you agree? You might disagree with such sweeping dismissals of the bible but still wonder if everything in the bible is relevant. After all, the bibles used in most churches are divided into what are commonly called The Old Testament and The New Testament, giving the impression that over 75 percent of the bible is old and outdated. No one still offers the animal sacrifice prescribed in the mosaic law. So what's the point preserving all those details regarding sacrifices in the book of Leviticus? What about the opening chapter of 1 chronicles, which consist almost entirely of genealogical list? If no one alive today can trace his or her lineage directly to anyone mentioned in those chapters, what good are such list? It goes on and on but do you see the holy book as old, outdated and irrelevant?