The Bible—just as we have it— is supreme in that it relates to the subjects of which it treats. We are dependent upon it, and almost alone upon it, for what we know about Christ Jesus, his life and labors, and of the antecedent, cumulative, and contributory forces which made his advent the great central fact of all the world's history.
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