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Title: Bible Introduction 101


Author: Horner, Barry E.



Rarely is it disputed that the Bible is the most influential book that mankind has encountered. However it must be honestly confessed that, at least in much of Western society, which arguably was born through the agency of the Bible, increased secularity has been paralleled by a decline in understanding and interest in this incomparable volume.