The Gospel According to the Quarterly and Sunday School Fables.
. Witness Productions . Marshall, IN
xBV1558.W37 1990 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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Here is an extra copy from the same source at the same time. Here is a crazy addition to the collection. This book has nothing to do with my subject, except to show how people use the word fable. This book is written against the non-scriptural teaching that Christians have received, that is from the Quarterly (any secondary literature?) or in Sunday school. Quoting 2 Timothy 4, the author urges people not to succumb to the danger described there: They shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables. The bulk of the book is an analysis of scripture passages especially by the fundamentalist method of quoting other passages; the effect is to expose the non-scriptural stories (fables) that people end up believing. These fables are nicely listed in a true/false test in the foreword (5). The first word of the T of C misses an apostrophe ( Authors Notes ), and the first sentence of text splits an infinitive.