Be a Dragon Slayer

According to folklore, dragon-slaying was once considered a noble pursuit. Those who hoped to prevail against these fearsome creatures possessed a vigorous blend of courage, fidelity, and persistence.

Of course, even in ancient times many people recognized that the spiny-scaled monster which struck terror in the souls of fainthearted beholders was only a fabulous beast. But is all belief in dragons really obsolete? The fallacious and fictitious beliefs of evil typified by the Biblical allegory of the great red dragon in Revelation are still rampant in the twentieth century. They bewilder and terrify their present-day believers as surely as they did in days of old.

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