Look no farther than the Holy Bible if you would seek the world's greatest dramas. Where, for instance, in Shakespeare's mightiest word pictures can be found the parallel of the tragedy of Gethsemane and Calvary? Where is depicted, save in the graphic Gospel records, the saddest travesty of justice mankind has ever known? A man, a gentle man, with hands bound stands before the governor.
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