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"Several hundred!" Epimenides exclaimed. "Gods must be easier to find here than men!" (Part I, A World Prepared for the Gospel, The Melchizedek Factor, Chapter 1, Peoples of the Vague God, Section 1, p. 11)

"Any god great enough and good enough to do something about the plague is probably also great enough and good enough to smile upon us in our ignorance—if we ACKNOWLEDGE our ignorance and call upon him!" (Part I, A World Prepared for the Gospel, The Melchizedek Factor, Chapter 1, Peoples of the Vague God, Section 1, p. 12)

The thesis of this book is that Melchizedek stood in the Valley of Shaveh as a figurehead, or type, of God's GENERAL revelation to mankind, and that Abraham correspondingly represented God's covenant-based, canon-recorded SPECIAL revelation to mankind. (Part I, A World Prepared for the Gospel, The Melchizedek Factor, Chapter 1, Peoples of the Vague God, Section 2, p. 28)

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