This book is mostly told through illustrated symbolic examples. And lots of scriptures have duel meaning like the literal swine and the symbolic swine.
Including the literal wolf, and the symbolic wolf, and the literal snakes and vipers. And the symbolic snakes and vipers, and the literal dog, and the symbolic dog.
In my first story I write about story examples, symbolic parables and metaphors. And things that literally mean what they say, and things that are symbolic of something else.
In my stories the literal unclean animals are comparable to symbolic unclean angels and men that live a lifestyle of abominations.
In some of my stories I write about heathen men and drunks that curse the name of God. And take His name in vain and say God damn this and God damn that, and mock and laugh at Him, and call His stories fairy tales.
I've also written a story called God damn that should have been told a long time ago in honor of God's name.
It's a story that's been crying out to be told since the beginning of creation when men first started cursing the name of God.
I'm proud to be the one that finally writes a story that defends the name of God against those that curse, belittle, ridicule and mock His Holy name.
I do hope these stories about swine, wolves, snakes and dogs give you a broader view of the whole world.
Because wisdom is better than rubies. And sought after by wise men and women. Which is proven by worshipping God.
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