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"I remember the days of old; I meditate on all Your doings; I muse on the work of Your hands." Ps. 143:5

Your Memory, Your Culture, Your Heritage

Historically, the Bible’s nostalgia stirs the imagination of medieval Europe or American colonial periods, when goods were made with personal care and character.  This creativity became a craft, and their products became works of art. 

 

With the advancement of technologies came increased knowledge of the Bible.  Hundreds of translations of the Bible have recorded languages like a Rosetta Stone.  Its unique literary value of poetic and prophetic prose makes it an exceptional work that goes unparalleled.  Its religious content instructs in righteousness and prescribes spiritual salvation, touching the heart. 

 

From its pages, millions of people over the millennia have drawn a sense of freedom of conscience, love, joy, peace, hope, and comfort, hence its popularity.  Yet, the Bible’s gospel message has stirred such controversy and hate among tyrants that it was banned, burned, and resulted in many deaths from its publishers throughout history.

Fires of Hate: attacks on the Bible

This human proclivity of malice exists even today.  It would be no surprise that the next illegal and immoral act against the Bible that can be expected is the banning of the Bible on many of the Social Media platforms.  Exploring the links below, we gain an understanding of how this can still take place and should resist this form of despotism against cultural history.