For something that's supposed to be the 'immutable word of God', it sure varies in meaning, depending on which copy you reference.
See http://www.biblegateway.com/ for 100+ translations.
The books making up what we know as the Christian Bible was assembled in the 13th century from documents written from the 3rd century on. Many competing books were omitted, and in fact different branches added or removed the odd section as they saw fit.
I honestly don't think the word of God is found in a book, since it's too easy for man to skew those words to his agenda. Now if we had an original copy of any of the sections we might be able to backtrack, but we don't. The closest we have are the Jewish texts, which tradition demands be passed on unchanged, yet even then scholars are finding drift.
So I think knowing the originals is at this point, highly unlikely.