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"The youngest son of any family bears two distinctions: He is considered to be both spoiled and uninformed. Usually little is expected of him." Part One, Chapter 1, pg. 3

"On one such visit to the battlefront, he killed another bear, in exactly the same way as he had the first. This bear, however, was nine feet tall and bore the name Goliath. As a result of this unusual feat, young David found himself a folk hero." Part One, Chapter 2, pg. 9

"The mad king saw David as a threat to the king's kingdom. Saul did not understand, it seems, that God should be left to decide what kingdom survives which threats."
Part One, Chapter 4, pg. 13


"God has a university. It's a small school. Few enroll; even fewer graduate. Very, very few indeed." Part One, Chapter 5, pg. 15

"Unlike anyone else in spear-throwing history, David did not know what to do when a...

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