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“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God,
and the Word was God.” John 1:1
Novelist Robertson Davies once wrote, “To ask an author . . . if his work is autobiographical is like asking a spider where he buys his thread.” No author ever weaves words from someone else’s being. They are always his words, reflecting his soul.
God reveals His soul to man through the Bible in a way that no other book is able. The Bible is history, wisdom, and poetry. It is unparalleled as a compendium of theology, philosophy, and ethics. It is a gospel tract, distilling the essence of man’s relationship to Him but it is also an epic, introducing us to the immensity of an eternal God.
Though the Bible contains all these things, it is at its heart, an autobiography. The Bible is…
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