Nov. 9, 2021

"Born to Win"

by James Harmon


So there's this Bible Correspondence course, from Emmaus, and the first book is called "Born to Win," and I was studying this book, and I notice something "funny." The word "he" appears some five hundred times. Sometimes "he" refers to Jesus, sometimes it refers to Satan, and sometimes it refers to someone else in the Bible.
But I think the best illustration is in the exams. At the end of every chapter there's an exam (there's 12 chapters). Each exam has 10 questions, and they are multiple choice. In some of the questions, all of the possible answers start with the word "he."
Big deal, right? Well, if you look at the placement of the "he, he, he's" you'll see a definite pattern. I made a graph (figure 1) to illustrate.


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taylorrsydney Posted 6¬†months, 1¬†week ago.   Favorite
Thanks for writing! I finished the transcription for your post.

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