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"How We Got The Bible" written by Neil R. Lightfoot is a concise and introductory book that gave me a foundational panoramic of the history of the Bible. From manuscripts to being in the possession of the "boy in the plow", the history of Bible no doubt is a miraculous one. This is my first time reading about the history of the Bible and honestly I was quiet overdue. It's something every Christian who believes in the Bible should know. The contents and basis of our faith are inscribed in this wonderful compilation. Lightfoot has done a fantastic job explaining the important aspects of the discipline, without ever becoming tangential. Chapter after chapter, the authorship and canonization of both the Old Testament and New Testament are concisely described. However, even though the book is introductory, it wasn't all an easy read. The terminology and rhetoric used has a very academic tone, meant for a more thorough discussion at the end of each chapter.
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I've been following several full-time van life couples on YouTube. I'm not a minimalist - I'm okay with having more than you need. I want tools. I don't *need* tools, but they are nice to have. The same goes for any seasonal items. Seasons change. Our things might want to change accordingly. With that said, living in a van full time isn't for me. However, I still like the idea of having a convenient, cozy, and mobile space to take with me wherever I travel. I started with some designs on the Ram ProMaster City: This would require me to learn some carpentry skills and allot the time to build it out. I'm not sure how much money to budget for the build, but for the van, I'm thinking it will run me somewhere along 15K-20K. The advantage of having a Ram ProMaster City over the high top is that I can use it as my daily commuter. I wouldn't need an extra vehicle to get to and from work or go through the Starbucks drive-thru. Saving money on no