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Passage from "Cities that Built the Bible" by Dr. Robert R. Cargill: "The Bible should be celebrated as a chronicle of our history, not used as a legal framework for our future." - Robert R. Cargill, Ph.D., The Cities that Built the Bible

Passage from "Cities that Built the Bible" by Dr. Robert R. Cargill: "Without these actions - translating, interpreting, considering and evaluating, and enacting - the Bible is powerless. Thus, it is you, the reader, who gives the Bible its authority and efficacy. Without the faithful, the Bible is just another ancient collection of documents." - Robert R. Cargill, Ph.D., The Cities that Built the Bible

Passage from "Cities that Built the Bible" by Dr. Robert R. Cargill: "Today, Bethlehem and Nazareth function as symbols of Jesus for Christians more than they ever functioned as historically significant locations." - Robert R. Cargill, Ph.D., The Cities that Built the Bible

Passage from "The Cities that Built the Bible" by Dr. Robert R. Cargill: "I once held a coin of Herod the Great in my hand. It was the archaeological equivalent of a religious moment; I felt the pickax, the brush, and the holy trowel flowing through me." - Robert R. Cargill, Ph.D., The Cities that Built the Bible

Passage from "The Cities that Built the Bible" by Dr. Robert R. Cargill: "Despite being arguably the most referenced and written about event in human history, there is absolutely no archaeological evidence that supports the life, death, or resurrection of Jesus. None." - Robert R. Cargill, Ph.D., The Cities that Built the Bible

Passage from "The Cities that Built the Bible" by Dr. Robert R. Cargill: "The words of the Greek philosophers and writers directly contributed to the composition of the Bible itself, as many sentences that form the "Word of God" are actually famous lines from classical Greek authors." - Robert R. Cargill, Ph.D., The Cities that Built the Bible

Passage from "The Cities that Built the Bible" by Dr. Robert R. Cargill: "The Bible did not one day just magically appear. It did not float down from heaven as a complete document. It was not revealed verbatim to a single person whose utterances were then recorded...Rather, the Bible's contents were repeatedly argued over, voted on, and seldom decided upon with unanimity." - Robert R. Cargill, Ph.D., The Cities that Built the Bible

Passage from "The Cities that Built the Bible" by Dr. Robert R. Cargill: "The Bible is a chronicle of the events of a people - a chronicle that has been augmented and edited, redacted, reshaped, and rewritten over the years for the purpose of presenting an account of the history of a people who believed God had broken into history and was guiding them through their time on Earth." - Robert R. Cargill, Ph.D., The Cities that Built the Bible

Passage from "The Cities that Built the Bible" by Dr. Robert R. Cargill: "Despite never being mentioned in the Bible, Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls changed the way we read and understand the Bible." - Robert R. Cargill, Ph.D., The Cities that Built the Bible

Passage from "The Cities that Built the Bible" by Dr. Robert R. Cargill: "The Bible is a product of those ancient individuals who dared to struggle with God and who survived to write down their reflections. In this regard, the Bible is not a rule book, a spiritual sword, or a telephone for speaking to God; rather, it is a record of the faithful attempting to make sense of what has happened to them." - Robert R. Cargill, Ph.D., The Cities that Built the Bible

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