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George MacDonald Chapter Summary & Analysis - Sections 25 - 49 Summary

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Sections 25 - 49 Summary

Section 25 indicates that God may have modified the Word as it is found in the Bible so that humans can understand its message. In Section 26 MacDonald gives his opinion of Jesus' miracles. He explains that Jesus could not change one thing into another, but only sped up processes that would have usually taken hundreds of years. In sections 27 and 28 MacDonald explains that the Christian man cannot live his life based on his feelings. Even when a man can no longer feel the truth of God, he continues to live because he remembers these feelings. In section 29 MacDonald cautions his readers about testing God. He states men should be concerned with what God wants them to do, not attempting to determine what God will do.

In Sections 31 through 34 MacDonald writes about Jesus' crucifixion and the experiences Jesus had while on the cross. He writes that during...

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