Dwelling in certain hilly backwoods areas of the United States are hardy individuals known as mountain men and women. These rural folk are often admired for their rugged individualism, love of freedom, and down-to-earth practicality There are, however, other "mountain" people, so to speak, whose lives and penetrating wisdom are even more worthy of emulation—the great thinkers and doers of the Bible.
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