John 1:6-8, 19-28
In a letter to a friend, Marx Twain once wrote: “I have been reading the morning paper — well knowing that I shall find in it the usual depravities and baseness and hypocrisies and cruelties that make up civilization, and cause me to put in the rest of the day pleading for the damnation of the human race.” The problem with that attitude arises out of the misguided notion that the media has a corner on all the available news of man and his world. There is a more reliable source of information about ourselves than the public media. That source is the Word of God as it appears in a publication we call “Bible,” which means “book.” It contains…
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