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            Within the contents of this section are numerous published articles and unpublished papers related to the Biblical Text, Biblical History, and Textual Criticism. As with any writing related to the inerrant text of the Bible, these resources should be read critically. Because of occasional, unintentional mistakes made even by excellent writers, those behind Exegesis International do not necessarily agree in whole with every thought contained within these articles and papers. However, all of the resources located here are unquestionably of great enough value that they deserve to be read, both for greater understanding on the part of the Christian community and for the goal of attaining the most accurate interpretation of the Bible that is possible. While these resources are designed to shed greater light on the Bible and its related disciplines, it cannot be forgotten that the highest reading value is assigned to that of the Bible alone. Nonetheless, great thanks go to those who poured their time and energy into the resources contained in this section, and often at great personal sacrifice.

 
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            For anyone who has traveled to the land of Israel, even but once, there is no doubt as to why the prophet Daniel thrice refers to this place as “The Beautiful Land” (Dan 8:9; 11:16, 41). Israel possesses a charm and beauty unique to itself, thanks in part to its incredibly diverse topography and climatic zones. Located in the southwesternmost corner of Asia, Israel is part of a region known as the Fertile Crescent, which is shaped in the form of an arc and is nestled between two natural barriers. To the north and northeast of the Fertile Crescent is a vast formation of rugged mountains known as the Alpine-Himalayan Chain, which stretches from the Pyrenees Mountains of northeastern Spain and southwestern France to the towering Himalayas of India, Nepal, and China; to the south lies the burning sands of the Arabian Desert. The Fertile Crescent stretches from the southeastern corner of the Mediterranean Sea, near Gaza, to the northern extremity of the Persian Gulf. Within this crescent, often called the “cradle of humanity,” mankind developed art, music, literature, mathematics, medicine, astronomy, and chemistry. Here, man also learned to domesticate animals, to cultivate grains, to build cities, to work metals, and to write.

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Golden Quotes 14 PDF Print E-mail

“We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give.”

 

      – Winston Churchill
 
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