“I remember Sir Robert Anderson saying that he could not understand any man standing up with the Bible in his hand and failing to be interesting. He told how a friend, a general in the army, had said, ‘Give me any page you chance to open of one of our military handbooks, and I’ll undertake to speak upon it in a way that will interest soldiers.’” When F. W. Boreham writes about Robinson Crusoe and Uncle Tom’s Cabin he succeeds in making the Bible interesting. Using fictional stories to illustrate biblical truth is a lost art. I marvel at how well Boreham does it. Has anyone done it better?
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