How the Bible Came to be
Several different materials were used in the writing of the Bible. The Bible was written on papyrus, which is a material that was chosen for its durability. However, papyrus -- though more durable than other materials that could have been chosen -- was still very much a perishable material. As a result, most of the ancient manuscripts have been destroyed. All autographs have been lost for this reason.
<Tab/>Additionally, it is presumed that the scribes, upon copying the scriptures to newer materials, destroyed their original exemplars. Papyrus was commonly used until 2 A.D.
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