One Sunday morning, a preacher went into the pulpit and began to read an Old Testament passage from an Old Bible that had been falling apart and was recently repaired. The preacher was unaware that the page he was reading from and the next page were stuck together with some glue that had seeped in between them. “When men began to multiply on earth,” he began, “and daughters were born to them, the sons of heaven saw how beautiful the daughters of man were, and so they took for their wives as many of them as were (here the preacher turned the stuck page) … three hundred cubits long, fifty cubits wide, thirty cubits high, made of gopher wood and covered with pitch” (Gen. 6:1-2). After his initial shock, the still puzzled preacher recovered we enough to say, “I must admit that the passage I have read is unfamiliar to me. However, I can see that it affirms a more familiar passage which says that…
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