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Biblical literalism is a theological term, often attributed to the views of some Christians and Jews, which means taking the Bible at face value, as a literal telling of historic events.


Some criticize seemingly impossible miracles occurring throughout the Bible (ceasing the Earth's rotation, a tower reaching up to Heaven, a global flood, etc).

It is related to -- and sometimes can encompass -- Biblical inerrancy.

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