Sunday, March 13, 2011


"I have in my possession some of my father's Bibles. In them are scraps of paper and envelopes on which he had written sermon outlines and thoughts from time to time. For a miner who had scarcely received any education he was a great reader. He owned a fair number of books, and had read many more, some of them deeply theological. But the Bible was supreme of all. He lived in his Bible, and  all his Bibles were marked from cover to cover."
--Brooks, Noel. Out of a Horrible Pit: A family memoir. (Advocate Press, 1971).  Based on earlier edition published by Noel Brooks.

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