The Christmas Box - Chapter 3, The Bible Box Summary & Analysis

Richard Paul Evans
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Chapter 3, The Bible Box Summary

After church, Richard, Keri, and Jenna join Mary in the dining room for dinner. Mary has gone to a great deal of trouble to present an elegant dinner, although her Victorian manners cause her to deny the trouble. Mary offers a prayer and then begins to serve the meal. Richard mentions that Mary has many wonderful things in her attic. Mary agrees, telling them how her husband liked to collect things. Mary tells them how he once collected Bibles. Mary sold all of them after his death except three. One is a rare Bible in which the seventh commandment is missing the 'not', making it a passage that condones adultery. Another is a Bible that has the nativity painted on the pages, called fore-edge painting. This Bible came with an eloquently carved box with a matching painting...

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