2 Timothy 3:16-17
All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction…
No; I say, destroy the Bible, and still everything remains the same — except that you have lost your guide. If a party of voyagers who are passing through a dangerous channel were to say, "Away with the chart! it is such a worry to be always looking at it; and it expects one to be so very careful, too; away with it; it's a nuisance!" you might easily get rid of your chart, but the rocks and shoals and sunken reefs and all the perils of the channel would remain there lust the same. Suppose a community were to say, "Banish your doctors. Let's have no medical books here, no treatises on disease. 'Throw physic to the dogs. We'll none of it!'" They could do that, of course, if they liked. But the laws and conditions of health and disease, of life and death, would remain precisely where they were before. And it is conceivable that men might get rid of the Bible. Practically, many do get rid of the Bible; but what do they gain? Only the loss of a guide. The facts of the universe, the facts about man and about God, the facts about the mutual relation of the one to the other, remain precisely the same.
(G. Calthrop, M. A.)
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