Looking for the Heavenly Touch

By Harry M. Covert

All the late tittle tattle about how to speak in Bible, most particularly among the political class, is rather interesting, fun and nonsense. Actually, at the risk of starting verbal combat, the King James Version traditionalists hold fast to orthodoxy. It ain’t funny, folks, particularly to those “standing on the promises.”

It can be nerve-wracking. In this season of overwhelming and tiresome political jaw-boning, the speakers make it easy to decide who in the media don’t know doodly about “Bible speak.”

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