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by Gillean Craig

Posted: 20 Dec 2013 @ 12:19

NO DOUBT the makers of The Bible, the blockbuster that has swept the United States and is now showing on Channel 5 on Satur-day evenings, hoped that it would inspire viewers to hie their way to the nearest church to find out more.

The best I can offer is that it may well drive the more thoughtful to dip into our Holy Book to reassure themselves that our extended salvation myth is not quite so God-awful as it is herein portrayed.

The underlying approach is ...

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