EST. 1903 - Presenting global influential leaders from business, labour, education & government through events
Mackay, The Hon. J. Keiller
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Some remarks on words, the history of language, and Shakespeare's words. Shakespeare's many references to Holy Writ. Three ways by which one may estimate the scope and extent of Shakespeare's knowledge and use of Holy Scripture. The speaker's belief that Shakespeare has not been given the credit he deserves as one deeply conversant with Bible truths. An examination of a few of Shakespeare's references to the historical facts and characters of the Bible. The true test of genius as the impression made on the thinking mind by the lines when they are heard. Shakespeare's place as the intellectual monarch of the world commanding and secure. Some concluding quotations.