Monday, November 3, 2008

What Great Men Say About The Bible

George Washington: It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and The Bible. Thomas Jefferson: A studious person of The Sacred Volume will make better citizens, better fathers, and better husbands. John Quincy Adams: The first and almost the only Book deserving of universal attention. Andrew Jackson: It is The Rock on which our Republic stands. Woodrow Wilson: A man has deprived himself of the best in the world who has deprived himself of this {a knowledge of The Bible} Hebert Hoover: There is no other book so various as The Bible, not one so full of concentrated wisdom. Ulysses S. Grant: To the influence of this Book we are indebted for the progress made in civilization: and to this we must look as our guide to the future. John Bacon: What can I do with respect to the next world without this book? Napoleon Bonaparte: The Bible is more than a book, it is a living being with a action: a power that invades everything that opposes its extension. Alexander Cruden: All other books are of little importance compared to The Holy Scriptures. Daniel Webster: The Bible is the Book of faith, and a Book of doctrine, and a Book of Morals, and a book of religion, of special revelation from God: but It is also a Book which teaches man his responsibility, his dignity, and equality.
We, the undersigned, Students of the Nature Sciences, desire to express our sincere regret that researchers into scientific truth are perverted by some in our own time into occasion for casting doubt upon the truth and authenticity of The Holy Scriptures. We conceive that it is impossible for The Word of God written in the book of nature, and God’s Word written in Holy Scriptures, to contradict one another….. physical science is not complete, but is only in a condition of progress. Signed By 800 Scientist of Great Britain Recorded in The Bodelian Library in Oxford

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