article A post on the Lad website offers a brief introduction to the Bible.
The post is titled “What is the ‘Lad Bible’?”, and is titled a response to a question on a forum that asked what the Bible is.
The Lad has also been asked about what the “Lad” means in the Bible, and its usage in the Old Testament.
A response from the Lad’s website clarifies the Bible’s meaning, and states:The Lad Bible is a very different book from the Bible used in our culture.
It is an amalgamation of two different books, both of which were written at different times, in different places and at different places in the world.
In the Bible the word “lame” means a worthless piece of trash, and a literal translation of the Hebrew word for “lady” means “a worthless person”.
The Lad’s translation uses the Hebrew “lo” as an adjective, and “lamb” as a noun.
The literal meaning of the “lama”, however, is “follower of the Lamb”.
The Lad has several other Bible sites that offer a wide range of Bible content, including a collection of scripture excerpts.
The main website offers the Bible at both an abstract and literal form, with various sections of the Bible available for download.
Some sections of Scripture are translated into English and other sections into Hebrew, although some sections are in English.