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Robert C. Shannon in James W. Cox, The Minister’s Manual, 1995, p. 347

Celsus was the first great skeptic. He once asked, "What has Jesus given to the world that that no one else has given?" Someone answered, "Himself!" Yes, that’s Jesus’ magnificent, stunning gift to the world. He gave...

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