The Bible is a collection of Jewish writings and of later work by writers who considered a Jesus of Nazareth to be the "Messiah," or Savior, to whom the Jews (and others before) had referred in so-called prophecy. The Bible as a whole is the primary document for modern Christians.
There are several versions of the modern Bible, and each of the main divisions of Christianity reads from a slightly different book.
The so-called Holy Bible is composed of 39 books of the Old (Jewish) Testament, and 27 of the New (Christian) Testament, and its King James version is the most popular document in history.
Based upon bronze-age religions, the Bible in the early 21st century is still relevant for nearly 2 billion people many of them rich and powerful.
Lot's daughters.... a story of drunken incest (in the most lenient interpretation...)