Most Influential Books of All Time
The Top Ten Most Influential Books of All Time
The most influential book to have ever been written. People have tried to erase and discredit it but today it still stands and will still stand even to the end of time. Try reading it, there is a whole lot to learn from it
So much of Western Society & Culture is inspired by the Holy Bible.
The Bible might not be the best book, but, it would be hard to say that it isn't the most influential book ever
Should give it a try. The symbol exists everywhere. - iliescu
This is a book that has been certified not by human but by God himself...Even if u are not a muslim read it and u will understand what I have written above..
Can only be read with a need to understand and a seeking answers to questions posed to an inquiring mind
The only book on Earth that will make you feel stronger than you knew you could feel.
I can not say much thing about this Holiest book Al-Quran. This book is not only for Muslims but also for every human. And one thing this book is the only book which is not written by any man not even a single alphabet. I respect this book more than I respect myself
Why is this even a debate? There has never been, nor ever will be a more influential and important idea in the history of this world. This single-handedly challenged everything the bible and all other religious texts have taught us. The theory (excuse me: THE FACT) of evolution is the most profound scientific advancement that the world has ever seen and never has any piece of work changed the way we know things more than natural selection that originated from this book.
I would have preferred the Aeneid, but anything to get the classics on the list.
The Book of Mormon is another Testament of Jesus Christ! It's True!
Such a great book!
Should be in the top 5, why did I have to add it? - TheHabsFan
Can't believe I had to add this. - TheHabsFan
How is this influential?
This Harper Lee masterpiece has been very influential in bringing about awareness of racism and inequality in the United States. I believe it was also influential in bringing about the Civil Rights movement.