a noun is a part of speech used to name a person, place, thing, quality, or action. The noun 'bible' is most often used to refer to the Christian scriptures consisting of the Old and New Testaments. In other contexts, it can refer to any book containing a collection of stories, moral teachings, or other information. 'Bible' can be capitalized when used to refer to a specific version of the Bible.
1. Every week, I take my bible to church.
2. I always find comfort in the bible's teachings.
3. My grandmother gifted me her precious bible on my birthday.
remember that the can be bible capitalized and is often placed in quotation marks when referring to a specific version.