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===Religious texts===
 
===Religious texts===
 
* almost all of the individual books of the Bible (see [[Template:Books of the Bible]] for a listing)
 
* almost all of the individual books of the Bible (see [[Template:Books of the Bible]] for a listing)
* [[Dead Sea scrolls]]
 
 
* [[Torah]], [[Tanakh]], [[Talmud]]
 
* [[Torah]], [[Tanakh]], [[Talmud]]
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===Bible stories, parables, etc.===
 
===Bible stories, parables, etc.===
 
* [[Gods in the Old Testament]] — episodes 464, 466, and 483 of ''[[The Atheist Experience]]'' could be good starting points
 
* [[Gods in the Old Testament]] — episodes 464, 466, and 483 of ''[[The Atheist Experience]]'' could be good starting points

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