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Brooks Cooper
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The songbooks on this web site are available for download without cost. Each songbook is comprised of 25 hymns and is available in Large Print or Regular Print in the folders below. Each songbook corresponds with one of the CDs in the 10 Disc Collection.

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The placement of the apostrophe in the title Gods' Man implies a plurality of gods, rather than Judeo-Christianity's monotheistic God.[5] It alludes to a line from the play Bacchides by ancient Roman playwright Plautus: "He whom the gods favor, dies young".[a][6]

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In Greek mythology, the gods had many features like those of human beings. Supposedly, in their nature, they were not much different than people. But, they were thought to have power that was superior to human power. However, because of their human characteristics, they could identify with humanity. As stated in The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, "In Greece, all the gods of worship were essentially friendly to man, because they were akin to him and a part of the society in which he lived" (Arthur Fairbanks).

Christianity does not promote a belief in the plurality, or the multiplicity of gods. The God who has revealed Himself in the Scriptures is one God, not many gods. And, the one God of Christianity is not to be likened merely to fallen creatures, or depraved human beings. Yet, on the basis of biblical teachings, and not on the figment of human imagination, it is clear that the eternal God did incarnate Himself in human flesh.


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